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Chinesep


conrail

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using vista home premium sp2 64 bit, have switched on pc and found a file on my desktop called 'Chinesep' I cannot find it
under start, all programs nor is it listed in ccleaner & control panel programs and features, I have found this reference to it; click here apparently it is a chinese proverb, anybody know anything about it and how to uninstall it,
all help and advice appreciated

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Woolwell

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Did you accidentally save a powerpoint e-mail attachment to your desktop? click here.

Drag it to the recycle bin and that should get rid of it.

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conrail

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thanks Woolwell, I have not received a powerpoint presentation that I know of and I only ever open attachments if I know the sender but maybe one slipped through, I have deleted it, it is just shown as saved to the desktop, I can't see any other files on my pc, I appreciate your help

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Woolwell

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Do a anti-virus and anti-malware scan to be on the safe side.

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conrail

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good idea Woolwell, don't know why I didn't think of that, again thanks

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