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Iexplore.exe will not end in task manager

I'm trying to end iexplore.exe in task manager, but every time i click end process it pops back in.

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  • stupica Feb 16, 2009

    when i clik end of processfor iexplorer.exe he returned just after that.i can't end him.

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Its usually for internet explorer but it sounds like you may have a trojan

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