strange sub menu appearing?

  crashb648 20:39 20 Feb 10
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Hi everyone!

I've been doing some spring cleaning on my computer, and while sorting my files out, some really strange sub-menus have been occurring when i right click on which items to view on a folder:

[IMG]click here[/IMG]

The three in question are: file children, folder children and all children.

Now, i think these have been caused by a virus, or something like that.

Can anyone help me to get rid of them?

Any questions with my query, i will be happy to help :)

  crashb648 20:22 21 Feb 10

I tried running a security and ad-aware scan, and both didnt show anything.

Any more ideas?

  EARLR 10:25 22 Feb 10

malwarebytes finds things that others don't.

  crashb648 19:44 22 Feb 10

Right, i shall. I thought it was just a another security program, and that was recommended. Sorry about that. I shall try using that program. Thanks for the help and sorry for the misunderstanding

  Woolwell 20:15 22 Feb 10

Have you used s file recovery program?

  peter99co 20:34 22 Feb 10

Which media player do you use?

  GaT7 20:36 22 Feb 10

Nothing to be concerned about. You get those options when you install a program called Folder Size - see click here. G

  GaT7 20:38 22 Feb 10

"Which media player do you use?"

Looks like he's using VLC click here - recognise it from the icons. G

  peter99co 20:38 22 Feb 10

They appear to be part of a Tree Structure similar to Grandfather/Father/Son

  crashb648 20:48 22 Feb 10

Why thank you Crossbow7, i never knew about the Program installing those additional coloums.

The program that Jock1e recommended wasnt a total waste of time, performed a quick scan and it picked up a few infections.

Thanks for the help guys, with such a fast response, i'll wont stall in posting here, if i have any more problems :)

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