I'm on Windows 7 Professional, 32-bit. I think it was safe to assume that I was recently infected with a trojan virus. But was either quarantined or deleted by my anti-virus. i use the CPU Meter Gadget to keep track of my CPU and RAM usage. It is working but it is lagging. Like the arrow is jumping like from 13% in CPU usage, it would suddenly be at 70% with no smooth acceleration. I also uninstalled, deleted and reinstalled but to no avail. out of windows, I use a software called Advanced System Care v4. I am also having a problem regarding this one. The first thing that i noticed is that every time I do a Deep Care, everything works well until it goes to scan for the "Junk File Clean" of ASC v4. A pop up window would say that ASC v4 stopped working and would try to and fix the problem until it finally ask you to close the program. I tried several times to run ASC and still the same thing occurs. I tried unchecking "Junk Files Clean" it worked smoothly. I tried to check only "Junk Files Clean" and A pop up window would say that ASC stopped working again and close the program. Another thing is that the ASC v4 Icon went missing both in desktop and start menu. i tried to look for the icon via right click on the icon and the icon was there to be selected but it is not displayed whenever i apply it. I unistalled and re-installed my ASC v4 but still no icon. I then rebuilt my iconcache.db so it's okay now. However, my dilemma with the "Junk File Clean" is still the same - it won't work. ASC v4 still stops working when scan starts with this one. I don't why. I am not aware if there are still other problems but this two are currently the only things visible to me. I did an SFC Scan and found no problems, I ran a Malware Fighter software, I ran Registry Fixes, I ran my anti-virus and still they all didn't help. Can please, anybody, help me? P.S Attached is a picture of my desktop. I downloaded a CPU Gadget on the net and found that it is working smoothly. I opened the original windows CPU meter to see their difference in movements. Please see their percentages. Both are different.