This is the executable to Wikipaedia the open source encyclopaedia.
However it should not be in the Sys32 folder.
Also deleting from the Sys32 folder is no use because it keeps coming back, on the next boot.
One program that may help is a little software called 'move on boot'.
Note this should only be attempted after you have tried a safe mode delete and it comes back.
Note also that you will have to write down the EXACT path to the file.
It should be something like c:\windows\system 32\wikii.exe
Here is the link to the download
d/l and execute the software.
now start it up and you will get a drop down, scroll to the exact location of the file, next 'delete' and continue and you are told you need to reboot or you get a message saying moveonboot is successful.
Re-boot and the file will be deleted during boot up.
Go back to your System 32 folder and it should be gone.
Post back with results, please.
Recently I discovered a program file in my system32 folder called wikii.exe.
I tried to do a search for that file, but no luck.
Anyway, I changed the exe to txt to look at it, and I know that it is definitely not a file that should be there, however, when I try to delete it, it reappears in seconds again. Now I checked to make sure there was not a duplicate in the dllcache folder, so I don't know if there is another dependant file in the folders somewhere.
Also, I looked through the registry and tried to look for references to wikii.exe and came up with one and here is the screenshot of the location and reference
And here is the link to the wikii.txt if anyone can look at it and determine what it does?
Screenshot of Registry