With that, with no means in the list of installed programs, it turned out to be “KQEMU VIRTUALIZATION MODULE FOR QEMU” . I rummaged a little in the instort, not thick, but still found people that use this virtual machine. I am sure that it was not installed and did not use virtual machines in general.
Product about yourself, does not bear any information:
Program Name: Kqqemu Virtualization Module for Qemu Program Information =================== Program Size: [Not Available] Install Date: [Not Available] Last Access: [Not Available] Install Location: [Not Available] Install Source: [Not Available] Version: [Not Available] Support information =================== Publisher: [Not Available] Help Info: [Not Available] About info: [not available] Update Info: [Not Available] Telephone: [Not Available] DisplayName = KQQEMU Virtualization Module for QEMU UninstallString = Rundll32 setupApi.dll, InstallHinfSection Uninstall 132% Systemroot% \ inf \ kqqemu.inf
Suspicious object 1,4 word. I should fear it?
There is nothing terrible. Simply, most likely, you put something, with what the QEMU-Manager walked. If you do not use virtual machines, in particular KVM-QEMU, then you can demolish. But it is better to see which programmool dragged this manager.