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OS is XP Pro on a dell PC.


Spybot reports I have a spy at SchedLgU.txt .


It appears to be a updating file and should I be concerned with it?

Is it a normal file of Windows?

It cannot be deleted.


This might be helpful.


Windows Pro Media 8.1 x64  |  8GB Ram  |  500G HDD 7200 RPM  |  All  that I know about my graphics is that it's Intel  :)

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Download HijackThis.

Open HijackThis and do the following:

1. Open the MISC Tools section

2. Delete a file on reboot.

3. Browse to SchedLgU.txt it will be in the folder where Windows is installed, typically this is C:\Windows

4. Highlight the file and select Open. You can either restart immediately by selecting Yes, or you can select No to have the file deleted the next time you start Windows.


You can also delete the file upon reboot using the freeware Disk Cleaner.


You can also delete the file using CCleaner by starting in Safe Mode, and then running Cleaner > Run Cleaner.

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