Every few days I am getting about 6 - 10 files being sent to Eset for analysis. They seem to be randomly named .dll files. Here are a few examples :- (not the files just the messages from log files) 01/04/2009 14:26:22 Kernel File 'G:\WINDOWS\system32\huhevita.dll' was sent to ESET for analysis. 02/04/2009 17:00:37 Kernel File 'G:\WINDOWS\system32\sinodisi.dll' was sent to ESET for analysis. 02/04/2009 17:00:38 Kernel File 'G:\WINDOWS\system32\sujuwido.dll' was sent to ESET for analysis. The strange thing is I don't have a G: drive in my system at all. And it's not a letter assigned to any USB memory sticks. I have run full system scans every day and ESS V4, malwarebytes, superantispyware, spybot search & destroy and Lavasoft adaware find nothing. The fact that it shows as a G: drive which I don't have on my system makes me think it's a bug, anyone any ideas?