Yolo Jan 30 @ 9:33am
Suspicious game activity in system32 folder
Sup fellas, the game runs suspicial activity in system32 directory after launch. Is that ok or not?
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Nox Jan 31 @ 1:53am 
Do you have a 64 bits version of Windows?
rich Jan 31 @ 2:29pm 
how do you define "suspicial activity"? usually th egame shouldnt create fies etc in your system32 folder while you are playing... but w/o infos nobody can help you here
Nox Feb 1 @ 3:02pm 
When we run 32 bit version of games, a process which name looks like rundll32.exe appears. It is normal in this case.
Yolo Feb 3 @ 4:44am 
Originally posted by Nox:
When we run 32 bit version of games, a process which name looks like rundll32.exe appears. It is normal in this case.
So its normal when game runs rundll32.exe, then rundll32 creates a lot of sucpious files and consumes 50% of CPU?
Yolo Feb 3 @ 4:45am 
Originally posted by r0fire:
how do you define "suspicial activity"? usually th egame shouldnt create fies etc in your system32 folder while you are playing... but w/o infos nobody can help you here
It creates a lot uf suspiciously looking files in system32 folder. I don't think that any app should create files here, especially - games
Nox Feb 4 @ 8:13am 
Some years ago I had a rundll32.exe problem with some games and had to kill one process (I don't remember if it was the game executable or rundll32.exe) and launch again to start the game.

About System32 folder, there are several files installed by DirectX and other drivers.

If you really suspect a problem,
I invite you to scan your hard drives with stuff like Malwarebyte, Spybot Search & Destroy, ADW Cleaner and your antivirus,
Last edited by Nox; Feb 4 @ 8:14am
BleedingBullet7.62 Feb 11 @ 5:07pm 
just download and Run "Ccleaner" its free and easy to use. Use the registry tool to fix any and all system problems as well as Steam issues.
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