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OK so I have a relitivly new computer. And i just noticed this Processor running "DAODx.exe" I have no clue what it does. I have read that some people link it to realtek, some to AMD overdrive, Asus motherboards, and some to it being a virus. Malware bytes doesn't pick it up as a virus, But I'm still worried.

It has no info on the the file version/product name/product version, all its says is the size (32.0 KB). The icon it uses is also a barcode type symbol.

So can i get a yay or nay whether is is safe or not? and what if anything its doing?

(I'm new to this forum, and if i have posted this in the incorrect play I am sorry, and could you direct me to the right place.)

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Thank you for the reply is it possible for this to be moved, or deleted so i can place it in the right section of the forums? (And terribly sorry for putting it in the wrong place)

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No need to move. Simply follow the directions above and run the requested scans and post a NEW log and someone will assist you as soon as they can.

Thank you

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