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Let me know how it goes; thank you.
Not sure if you got my reply. Your solution did find some malware on my computer but it did not stop the ping.exe from coming back. It comes back every few minutes and can tie up as much as 99% of my CPU memory.
Do you have any other ideas?
I am doing that as we speak. I will let you know if a bit.
My problem was not solved. The ping.exe was not cleaned by McAfee.
Your solution did not fix the ping.exe problem.