#1
I have a folder in my C: drive called eea1e8267b46b074868da24f3c5be and inside it is a bunch of folders with numbers from 1025-3082 as well as a folder called graphics and a couple of applications called setup. Also, much of it is locked and won't let me access it even though I am the administrator. I have no idea how it got there and am worried it is a virus (I have antivirus software though) but don't want to just delete shit without knowing what it is. Any suggestions? (don't suggest i delete system32, you'll get banned)
#2
Apparently they might just be leftover data from software updates.
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#3
yeah sounds like drivers you have installed and it copies them there...

Its a strong possibility its that...

If your still worried download Spybot Search and Destroy, update it and run it.
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#4
they're my secret porn stash. my computer ran out of space. hope you don't mind.
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#12
go to the default file called"th346yni43yt4y6834y" and drag it to ur Grive and format the file to .rtf and then rename it rhiuhiurghuergheg and click enter.
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#13
Definitely system folders try to stay out of those if you're not sure what your doing, as Mome said it's could be left over data from updates it could also be drivers(although they usually have a OS string before then numbers ie. x64_e1u893u2_e38u3).

But yes delete stuff without knowing what it is or does is always a bad thing to do, you wake up one day you try and turn on your computer and get the BSOD.

A better way to look for viruses instead of just sifting through folders is to look at task manager and see what programs are using a lot of resources, if you know what processes you should have running and you don't recognize something then it could mean a virus(not always the case though).
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go to the default file called"th346yni43yt4y6834y" and drag it to ur Grive and format the file to .rtf and then rename it rhiuhiurghuergheg and click enter.


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