Moved to VirusScan as a better spot for this subject.
A PUP is a potentially unwanted program so isn't necessarily bad. Whan VirusScan labels something as a PUP it's asking you what you want to do, keep it or delete it.
In this case 'System Volume Information' is the clue, that means it is finding it in your System Restore folders and as Windows protects them VirusScan can't get in there to deal with it.
If it's OK with you simply disable System Restore temporarily and that warning will disappear along with the file.
Thank you ... its just that my system restore hasn't worked in months anyways.. so and this file keeps moving around.. online it states its trying to obtain important banking info and such. so im kinda scared to go and do any of my monthly banking
so if i disable system restore .. do i have to manually remove this file or will it automatically remove it on its own??
If you disable System Restore it will delete the file, along with your restore points. You wont need to delete anything.
As a precaution you might want a 3rd party opinion on how clean you machine is.
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