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For a start unplug the power cord and remove the battery for about 60 seconds - download "glary utilities" and run it - malwarebytes [as mentioned by Paul] is worthy information. you can also go to "Trndmicro housecall" and see if that will take care of it. these are all good, safe suggestions.
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