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pscab.exe showing up in the Processes?? Anyone know what this is??

On one of our servers we keep getting a process called pscab.exe. The machine is a Win2k server.  When we disable this pscab.exe process or even delete it...it comes back. It seems as though ever since this pscab process has been showing up, out machine has had numerous problems. Very slow....almost so cripling that we can't work...
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Hello CRCtechnologies =)

An Unknown File!!
So boot your system in safemode, search for this file and delete if found!
then search in regedit, and delete all its traces!
restart back in normal mode to check if its still coming back and running ??
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So Download HijackThis v1.98.2 from here, run it and Save the LOG file:

Then Post that log at this site >> http://www.hijackthis.de/index.php?langselect=english
and it will automatically analyse it for u,,, Fix the entries which it labels as Nasty :)
To Fix, check the lines in Hijackthis scan and click on Fix Checked !!

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CAUTION: Before fixing the entries in hijackthis, make sure that they are really Nasty and can be deleted, better u first research for it on Google and then when u will confirm that they shud be deleted, Fix them. And whenever u run Hijackthis, run it from a New folder on ur desktop, so that in case of any problem, u can take advantages of its created backups of fixed items. And in case if u still face problems in dealing with it, just analyse ur log at the above site, and then scroll down where u will see a Save Analyse button, hit it and it will save ur Log Analysation, then copy the link of that page and paste it here, and we will check it for u :)

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