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  1. Here you go...thanks Elise DataExchangeHost.zip
  2. Hi Elise, As requested I went to virus total. I clicked on 'load file'. Navigated to c:\windows\system32\ but 'dataexchangeHost.exe' was not there. I tried putting 'data' in the filename box but the only entries that came up where 'dataclen.dll' and 'data exchange.dll'. I can find it in the location on my PC. <confused> Re: "NOTE: It's important that both files, FRST64 and fixlist.txt are in the same location or the fix will not work." I followed your instruction to put fixlist.txt in downloads. Kevin had asked me to save it to the desktop so I have just moved it to downl
  3. Hi Kevin, It wasnt found during a scan. I was moving an icon in the start menu of Windows 10 and a warning flashed up. The only reference to it I can find now is: Behaviour Blocker Log/05-10-2015/3600(PID)/C:\windows32\system32\DataExchangeHost.exe(Application)/Undefined event(0)(event)/Behaviour.RemoteControl Please exuse my ignorane but when you say: "NOTE: It's important that both files, FRST64 and fixlist.txt are in the same location or the fix will not work." I am unsure what you mean. I have saved fixlist.txt to the desktop. What is the file FRST64? Do you mean the lo
  4. Emsisoft Anti-Malware has drawn my attention to c:\windows\system32\dataexchangeHost.exe as a windows kernal file that is infected. I would be grateful for some help with this scan_151005-222937.txtFRST.txtAddition.txt Thank you, Steve.
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