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Post dated timestamps????

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by qblitz, Jan 23, 2007.

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    i posted about two months ago (search qblitz) and no one could help me with why my system wasn't responding. It happened again on Jan 1. At 7:10am per my system clock, here are some registry entries found by EasyCleaner. Look at the time stamps of the first two entries.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Software\Lexmark\MarkVision\LexBCE\Debug Options 1/1/2007 12:04:34 PM Log File C:\LEXBCE32.LOG
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Software\Lexmark\MarkVision\LexBCE\Debug Options 1/1/2007 12:04:34 PM Print Log File C:\LEXBCE32_PRINT.LOG
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Software\Microsoft\IMAPI\StashInfo 12/30/2006 6:53:56 AM StashPath C:\W

    It again happened yesterday. And again, the registries entries were timestamped a day later.

    And again, i am perplexed why the system starts responding normally for no apparent reason. i do do activies such as restore to an earlier time, remove entires with hijack and put them back, start up with less services, etc. Nothing works. The system comes back only when i get into a user account fast enough, and then, that only works sometimes. Most of the time, i can operate normally for about two minutes, then weird things happen. folders dont open, icons don't work, etc.

    The only abnormality i can see are the registry dates. Anyone see anything like this before. Is it malware or a corrupt file. Any idea on what might be the cause or what to look for next?
     
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