Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Kofuji, Sep 6, 2015.
Install malwarebytes, and clean. You can also use it in safe mode.
You would need to open defender and look at quarantine, or log to see what it picked up. Delete all history in the browser you use and go control panel, internet options and do the same, delete everything.
As for the noise, MS has made it harder for a BSOD, it recovers if it can so people don't get a BSOD, even though it would be better so it could be debugged. Once in a while, go to Bit Defender and use the online scan tool if you like, it's one of the best.
What makes you say that? Seen plenty of faulty hardware that's only a month old.
try adwcleaner and hitman pro too
Use Malwarebytes. It's the very best tool out there.
It is clear this is a malware issue. Do as most people explain here and get rid of it.