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There is a good chance this file is either a computer virus or spyware/adware. Of these, spyware/adware is least harmful, but can slow down your PC. You can use a combination of antivirus and spyware/adware removal tools to remove it. The following are a few suggestions. Antivirus programs: McAffee Antivirus; Symantec Antivirus; AVG Antivirus (free download for home use) Spyware/Adware Removal programs: Lavasoft Adaware SE (free download); Spybot Search & Destroy (free download)

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