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4 fisiere XML ciudate au aparut in partitia C

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Salut, astazi tocmai am observat ca am 4 fisiere XML in partitia C, care nu erau acolo inainte. Este vorba despre: GetDeviceCap.xml, GetDeviceStatus.xml, QueryAllDevice.xml si SetMatrixLEDSript.xml. Am scanat calculatorul de virusi - e curat, am sters fisierele temporare si delivery optimization files din Windows, insa degeaba, fisierele tot acolo sunt. Mentionez ca tocmai si-a facut update software-ul ASUS Armory Crate. Aveti idee, este cumva de la el, sau ce sunt cu fisierele acestea? Le pot sterge?

GetDeviceCap, GetDeviceStatus, QueryAllDevice, SetmatrixLEDScript

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Asa cum bine ai intuit, fisierele au fost create de software-ul celor de la Asus: Armory Crate.

Daca le vei sterge, cel mai probabil aceste vor aparea din nou. Totusi, atat timp cat ai software-ul instalat, fisierele respective ii sunt necesare, deci eu zic ca nu ar trebui sa le stergi.

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