Computer shuts down suddenly and I suspect it's infected!

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Level 22
Sep 5, 2017
Hi everybody
i am paranoid person about security. from few days i shared a post about Discord distributing Trojan
from that day my paranoia has increased, i uninstalled Discord used Revo uninstaller to completely remove any Discord traces or registry keys.
but i notice that my Laptop shutdown some times without any notification although it is connected to the charger, i checked the Event viewer (for first time in my life ) to try to understand the changes in my OS but i noticed changes at the kernel level as in the screen shot
is it something suspicious or just may be power problems i want your advise
  1. i am pausing Windows updates until 31/10 so it is not windows update reboot or shutdown
  2. i scanned with Emsi/NPE/KAV/Zamana/Malwarebyte nothing caught.


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Nov 5, 2019
Hello, Welcome to MalwareTips.
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