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Windows 7 Professional 64 bit.  The machine has become extremely slow.  Task manager reports between 85-100% CPU usage.  There are multiple processes for qkibqavgmg.exe.  If I kill it others pop up.  I'm running RogueKiller and Malwarebytes now.  A quick Google for qkibqavgmg.exe and nothing is returned.  Please help.  Thanks in advance.
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When did the program appear?  Could you restore to a date before?  If not, would saving your important data and files and performing a reinstall too much of a problem? The reward would be a clean computer.
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Problem started early yesterday.  I will try a system restore.  A reload is last restort.  Lots of work related programs, settings and configurations to restore.
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You must reboot into safe mode and run as many scans as you can.

Run RogueKiller and Malwarebytes again as well as your standard AV.
Also get a trial run of HitmanPro

There are also well worth running ....
TDS Killer http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/tdsskiller/
SuperAntiSpyware www.superantispyware.com

When you have all this extra software installed, make sure that they are not updating themselves unless you decide to do a manual update ..... and be careful what you click on when installing ANYTHING ..... always choose "custom install" never the "recommended" one.
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Looks like Roguekiller and Malwarebytes combined with SafeMode got it.  What was the r ogue process in the image?  I Googled it and could find nothing.
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Great. :-)
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