internet explorer

  Newuser2173 14:51 30 Jan 2009
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every time i open Internet Explorer a file appearers on the desktop it has the file icon and under it is 6.30) looking at the properties of it show type of file 30) 325 bytes i keep deleting but it keeps coming back... any suggestions should i be worried.. running win xp..

  Technotiger 15:08 30 Jan 2009

Have you downloaded anything from Brothersoft. like Filesee V6.30 for instance?

  Newuser2173 15:21 30 Jan 2009

Hi no nothing downloaded only newer ver. of AD-Aware after this problem started.

  Technotiger 15:26 30 Jan 2009

I don't think it is a 'nasty' as such, but run click here in its default settings, ie - don't make any alterations, just run it.

  Newuser2173 15:46 30 Jan 2009

thanks have tryed that but its still coming back..

  Newuser2173 15:55 30 Jan 2009

Have just noted it pops up on the desktop even when nothing is running ie i put it in the recycle bin after about 20sec it back on the desktop...

  Technotiger 16:12 30 Jan 2009

What version of IE are you using? Perhaps if you update to the latest this might get rid of it.

  Technotiger 16:19 30 Jan 2009

I have had a look on Google, not much help though, but no indication of anything 'Nasty'

How long has this icon been appearing on your desktop? Perhaps a System Restore back to before it started appearing might get rid of it.

  Technotiger 16:21 30 Jan 2009

Or - what if you put it in the Recycle Bin, and then empty the Recycle Bin.

  Newuser2173 19:52 31 Jan 2009

thanks for getting back to me im away for a few days so away from that pc have tried the recycle bin.. had the problem about 4 days also tried restore but would you believe it system restore is not working will not restore to the point that i want....

  birdface 20:35 31 Jan 2009

Try System Restore in safe mode.

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