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Dakiito

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Changed the motherboard and the psu and now my pc has started acting up

Sometimes i would randomly get logged out and it has only happened when i had chrome open, just a bit ago when i tried to log into google i got logged out and when i logged back in i had like 30+ tabs of gmail open and 1 tab called thisisnotavirus.com open and then my desktop background has changed.

I have checked task scheduler for weird tasks and found nothing, i ran a hitmanpro scan and nothing malicious came up

My pc has also became noticeably slower, task manager shows nothing new.

Have downloaded kaspersky and running a scan, will report back tommorow since it is taking a while

speccy:
http://speccy.piriform.com/results/0JVJN73MwOC73Lp0VzF6KeX
 

Dakiito

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The wallpapers have changed from the first, blue windows logo default background to the scuba diving person background which is also one of the ones that comes with windows

i have never before searched or been on thisisnotavirus.com and there are no community reviews on the site.

Could it be that i just got a random motherboard instability? it was a used one and almost the same as the one i had before, but it was used.
 

askey127

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If you have Windows 10, and you changed the motherboard, Windows will no longer be activated.
It won't allow that much hardware change before it requires you to purchase another license.
Did nobody tell you?
You may want to install Linux, or buy another W10 license.
 

Dakiito

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If you have Windows 10, and you changed the motherboard, Windows will no longer be activated.
It won't allow that much hardware change before it requires you to purchase another license.
Did nobody tell you?
You may want to install Linux, or buy another W10 license.
KmsAuto.

Also turns out i had a rat installed along with drivers
 

askey127

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If you install KMS, you will get more than that.
My original suggestion still holds. - Linux or a new license.
 
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