I get a pop withfollowing text: explorer.exe BAD Image, c;/Windows/System32/SyncCenter.dll Couls someone tell me how to get rid of this nuisance? Thank you

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Hi Hermann Fuchs,.

Looks like it could be an infection. Please see the following:

How to get rid of malware

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