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There is no description of the program. it is very dangerous but difficult to erase. Added by the BOXER TROJAN! Dr Ruth Irwin this seem to work for me, "C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\hopethismail" and delete what ever is in the folder.

The explorer.exe file is located in the folder C:\Windows. Try Mozilla FireFox, it's works much better than IE plus it has powerful ad blocking tools. It is composed of 5 major components that are separately contained in DLLs, and the set of COM interfaces is exposed and subsequently hosted by the iexplore.exe file. I"ve uninstalled I Explorer, but it still persists.

when there is another it is troyan. Dismiss Notice Need Malware Removal Help? Im so glad;)))) Konrad iexplorer.exe has been slowing my computer down a lot, after reading these comments I'm not sure what to think of it - I wasa is essential for The result will be no more popups and no more fake iexplore.exe running on your system.

The same happens to me, what is that? I did a virus scan and my anti virus picked it up, i removed it. Person On Win XP Pro, (i think) it makes a .EXE in your "\Documents and Settings\ username \Local Settings\Temp" wich can only be deleted if you kill both occurances of iexplore.exe. I deleted that and the problem was solved =) daniel I downloaded Ad-Aware and this got rid of it straight away.

Also I get icons on my desktop about travel, casino, card games, bingo, etc that pops up whenever "Iexplore" pops up in my taskmanger. Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top #9 dadrivr dadrivr Topic Starter Members 73 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:55 PM Posted 17 July 2008 - 02:11 PM according to The file is not a Windows system file. Always remember to perform periodic backups, or at least to set restore points.

Note: iexplore.exe is also registered as the Trojan.KillAV.B virus, which systematically attempts to disable your AntiVirus solutions and also affects some windows syst moi Suddenly I can no longer open any ALSO more importantly, i have icons that seem to be run by this iexplore on my desktop, when i right click them the only option is 'delete' but that doesnt shut remove it from the run key in the registry and it's gone Pepe I had 2 version of IEXPLORE.EXE running and could not delete them. Coolkidmanguy ITS an virus sucker, if you enter internet with this explorer all virus, malware, spyware, adware, or microsoft updates can ocurr!, please install I.E.

The easiest way to do this is to unplug the computer from the internet, then remove all your personal info.BUT, this could also be a problem with a legitimate application trying Otherwise this has been a tremenous learning experience for my untecy mind happymom Could be a virus if it is not in the Program Files folder. Orient Meat Pie No toolbar in internet explorer Nj its eats lots of RAM....i dont run IE for browsing but firefox....but in my process IExplorer.exe are too much? meridia See also: Link meridia I have 2 IEXPLORE.EXE keep running on my background whenever i end proccess it goes back right away..

your whole desktop will disappear, stay calm (You must end explorer.exe because iexplore.exe uses explorer.exe *dont get confused)Step#3. Version 7 has an error that eats up all the CPU cycles even after you close the window. Still, did not end the problem. They kept coming back after stopping the process.

If you have many IE Browser windows open at the same time, you will also find many instances of IEXPLORE.exe running. There is another process that reactivates them although I don't know which one. Ever since version 4, it preloads its dlls initially, greatly slowing down the boot process, and periodically making silent connections. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

file was deleted...ok...now just kill the two processes of oexplore.exe and they never appear again! Fortunately, it can be safely removed from the following link to vastly improve PC performance. The existence of these processes cause memory usage and popups.

A slow computer or a very slow internet connection.

If you go online then end the process of iexplore.exe you`ll notice it closes your web pages. Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) process, which should not appear in Msconfig/Startup unless you add it manually! "IEXPLORE" definitely not required. There is no problem in doring that, but the CPU usage for iexplore.exe depends on the Web Page you open in that instance. Kevin This is Internet Explorer, a normal component of Windows, the most common virus Bill Gates This is important file for windows, but there is a virus that

BTW - I've deleted the link to the screen shot as it shows some email addresses. if ur firewall says that ie wants permission say no»JUST THIS TIME! Click now on the Save Log option and save this log to your desktop. or until u download it again ;) Jon The multiple process IEXPLOE.exe is malware and can be very difficult to get rid of, finding what causes this is time consuming.

This program is non-essential process to the running of the system, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems. fun factor I have iexplore.exe running in my processes, and when i try and 'end process' it starts itself back up again. I'm not done looking for causes yet though, I will keep everyone posted in a day or so to let you know if I found something new and if it returned. Internet Explorer See also: Link its windows explorer, a browser..

Duane It's Internet Explorer. Sub-Cool This process (in the form it took on my local machine) is malware. I know that if you completely remove the good Iexplorer in program files, it cannot execute it's actions. Not only that, it is important to Windows Help and third party applications to render certain HTML elements.

It is not dangerous at all. See also: Link pigyouth risoluton is...........installl firefox See also: Link priyantha jayamanna It is just Internet Explorer. This means running a scan for malware, cleaning your hard drive using cleanmgr and sfc /scannow, uninstalling programs that you no longer need, checking for Autostart programs (using msconfig) and enabling its like IEXPLORER .EXE is its masks so make sure you search for BASHOB~1.EXE in your computer and if you find anything delete it..

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