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Almost happened to my home computer as well.  Mr. File size difference, on boot IEXPLORE.EXE is 3kb in size, iexplore.exe is 27kb in size. find a way to stop it! Its obvious this thing isn't to dangerous, ive had it for months, its NOT mean to be there but it hasn't done anything, however its does take up cpu and memory

cannot be found and that it is needed to open JPEG's. Once the program has loaded, select Perform quick scan, then click Scan. before , it poped up All the time now It seems Calm . It is considered a part of the Windows operating system.

In this way we could make it not active. windows internet explorer. just wanted your clarification #4 Ramen, Feb 9, 2015 argus Former MalwareTips Staff Joined: Apr 24, 2014 Messages: 3,394 Likes Received: 225 Y Ramen said: ↑ how about the iexplore.exe solution please...i tried to kill process but it is not work..i think it is malware Bagus Mahadityo I can'nt download anything or reload iexployer I think it needs a overhaul.

your whole desktop will disappear, stay calm (You must end explorer.exe because iexplore.exe uses explorer.exe *dont get confused)Step#3. Please try the request again. It just shut down my entire computer for an upgrade at its convenience - without any option for me to stop it. Go to Symantic site, home user and let them run a complete virus scan.

Caspa TFnG I have the exact same problem, and for all you Mozilla fanboys even when I open Firefox it still pops up and milks my processor. Me Stupid thing keeps poping up in my taskmanger and sometimes if i leave it alone, more of them pops up. If you can manage to end both processes before one starts up again they will be both gone. No security but decent web browser.

Removed them by using "filemon.exe" (freeware app) to find out what was restarting them and renaming that program (since you can't delete it straight away). So it runs in the background, But its not on the computer when i search for it. Luckily i had a firewall running and discovered this presumed keylogger. Could someone please help!!!

Then, discussing a different kind of problem with a friend, I was advised to remove the Windows XP Service Pack 2, so I did that. Back to top #8 Budapest Budapest Bleepin' Cynic Moderator 23,519 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:12:32 PM Posted 22 July 2010 - 05:42 PM Try this:http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-remo...sing-tdsskiller The power of accurate observation What do you know about iexplore.exe: How would you rate it: < Please select > important for Windows or an installed application (++) seems to be needed (+) neither dangerous nor 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.

not dangerous :) NaV This is Internet Explorer. Remove all instances of it from the \windows\prefetch directory. Almighty iexplore.exe lower case keeps shutting my laptop down Leslie UM yeah everyone has been saying its bad, but does anyone know how to get rid of it. For instructions with screenshots, please refer to the How to use Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware Guide.When the installation begins, follow the prompts and do not make any changes to default settings.When installation has

Use the 6resmon command to identify the processes that are causing your problem. There is another process that reactivates them although I don't know which one. James some malwares name themselves into IE. I know that this program Sucks!

Press the OK button to close that box and continue.If you encounter any problems while downloading the definition updates, manually download them from here and just double-click on mbam-rules.exe to install.On You're the expert  Agent>Yes.  Mr. See also: Link Iain its just annoying spyware!

Pat i removed this by going to start, run, typing regedit ,clicking on edit at the top ,and serching for iexplorer.exe, it brout up 1 istance of the prog i deleted

Start in safe mode and remove the sys folder. Nothing to worry about. My sis was running Firefox at the time and not MSIE. Added by an unidentified VIRUS, WORM or TROJAN!

I have a process, clearly "IEXPLORE.EXE" and eating anywhere from 3,000 K when it just startes up to huge amounts *70,000+* when it gets rolling. Constantly attacked by viruses. Uninstalling this variant: You can uninstall the program Microsoft Internet Explorer, update it, or ask Customer Support for help. COMEDIANTE both of these "iexplorer.exe" files are reliant on each other.

if ur firewall says that ie wants permission say noJUST THIS TIME! Rebelz I've got 2 iexplore.exe's running, everytime I open the normal ie to surf poxy casino, dating, loans and even dell adverts come up, ending it in task manager seems to Version 7 has an error that eats up all the CPU cycles even after you close the window. Catharine kutti dalli dan when it launches in my task manager all it does is link to a site that plays advertisements for junk and crap.

The best way is to search & see it's location,should be in "internet explorer" folder not in "windows" or "system32". I shut down the process and deleted the exe-file, but it recreates itself after a short amount of time. The program will start to scan the computer. Just use Windows Task Manager to find these and then click "End process".

BUT IT CAN ALSO BE THE Trojan.KillAV.B VIRUS steele I use it rarely but it still turned out, that my Task Manager wasn't opening because of IE-s bugs. I never use Internet Explorer, just Firefox. pissed of at comps It appears twice in my Task manager, and seemingly creates an .EXE file in the "\Documents and Settings\ username \Local Settings\Temp" folder which cannot be deleted. I had IEXPLORE.EXE in Prefetch folder, deleted that file and no more cpu 100% in IEXPLORE.exe!!!

Edward>Windows Police Pro is what the virus placed on the computer, with almost 50 other files  Agent>As I understand from your case description Your system is infected with Windows Police Pro Edward>I have 2009 on that... LPLIUEMRYRSE It keeps re opening itself so i cant run other programs. FIXED IT Whenever I get into sites that deal with PopUps such as games it kicks me right off the internet and gives me the message iexploreexe.

Do I need this file - or is it bad news, how do I stop these messages? my monitor blacks out and the screen goes hay wire.... every time i boot windows, there's the IEXPLORER.EXE (with caps) and some other processes with random names like wf34dk263.exe. Low IQ it will say acess denied...(again)...Whatever....

formatron If it's lowercase letter, iexplore.exe, it IS NOT MS Explorer. I deleted it however it reappears after restart.