ran another McAfee Scan and have "genericdropper!cxr" trojan
The bill106.exe and dllhost.exe files would seem to be malicious, even though you have killed the running process via the task-manager the files are still active, since killing them via the task-manager does NOT delete them.
Go to start and then run> type msconfig and click ok. Click on the startup tab and check to see if those entries are present, if so, make a note of there locations, i believe bill106.exe would be found in C:\Windows folder and dllhost.exe may also be found there are well; although it could also be found in C:\Windows\system32 folder.
If they are to be found in those locations, kill those files in the task-manager and then go the location of where those files are to be found and delete them, they should offer no resistance. You could zip the files into archive by using Winrar and then send those files to the lab, before you delete them.
Next, follow instructions in the link below, IGNORE the ads at the top and SCROLL down the page to read all the information
Only run Malwarebytes in safe mode if you are unable to run in normal mode.
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