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crdownload was the clue : even before I saw your edit I was going to say, it's a Chrome download.
In Chrome click on the spanner/wrench and select Downloads. See what shows up in the list. I suppose the exe file could have the Hidden attribute set if you can't see it in a normal search, but Chrome should remember having downloaded it. Then open the folder, select Tools->Folder Options-->View and click on Show Hideen Files and Folders. If it's there (ie if McAfee hasn't been able to remove it and quarantine it) try deleting it.
"crdownload" is the name Chrome gives to an ongoing download. So some download hasn't completed properly.
If in doubt, uninstall and reinstall Chrome. That should fix it.
Thanks, you were right on target. I confused it at fr4ist because it seemed to be a moving target.The attribute was 'hidden' . Once I changed the attributes and ran the scan again, the scanner was able to detect and quarantine it. Now I am going to try to identify why Chrome trys to continue to d/l this.