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Does it look anything like this?
I saw this running on a computer I was working with today. It had hidden all of his files, upon killing the process and unhiding everything I noticed his computer had a lot of files pictures and videos he had downloaded. A LOT...
He had a valid Mcafee installation and norton security scan, neither were finding this malware. I captured the file and sent it to Virustotal and had 19 hits, including Mcafee (and supposedly his definitions were up to date from what I could tell)
Ok, I saw some error pop-ups saying I have problems with a couple of System32 files (I just did an update...and it still says that).
And System Fix tells me that RAM is geting low on memory (but...I don't know how it can happen. I still have about 250Gb of free space on my HDD), CPU RAM is high temp (never happened to me while I was gaming), BOOT camp thing is damaged (I can start my PC ok, but the desktop is blank and only shows the Bin. Also, I can't see anything in the Start menu...but I can I can see almost all of my docs and stuff on my C driver (my keyboard has a button to access "My PC") and I can see my "Quick menu" program thing...)
Really we need some specifics in order to help you, there's a few hundred files in the system32 directory so saying a "system32 error" doesn't mean much. Have you run Dell Diagnostics to confirm your computer is functioning correctly?
The fact that you said that your antivirus caught some things leads me to believe you are infected with something still.
Ok, tomorrow at about 5, I will write down the file names (moment of message- 22:45).Hmmm, Dell Diagnostics... Nope... Never heard of that...
The System32 errors
I've got a friend at school, and he told me that maybe it could be that I've got a RAM "chip" that may have broke.I'm wondering, if it is a RAM that broke... Is it covered by DELL? Can they replace it for free?(well, replace the broken RAM, with one I won't have to pay)
Ok, I'm going to recommend you perform a full set of tests using the Dell diagnostics. I've got the link below to the procedure. What you are going to do is boot your system, then tap F12 at the prompt and go to the Utility Partition. Run the full system diagnostics.
Write down EVERY ERROR you see, and which component it's associated with.