i followed your info so here is what it says;
MacBook (13-inch, Early 2009)
MacBook - model: MacBook5,2
1 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU: 2 cores
4 GB RAM
NVIDIA GeForce 9400M - VRAM: 256 MB
BluetoothAudioPlugIn: Version: 1.0
AirPlay: Version: 1.9
AppleAVBAudio: Version: 2.0.0
iSightAudio: Version: 7.7.3
ChmodBPF - Path: /Library/StartupItems/ChmodBPF
VirtualBox - Path: /Library/StartupItems/VirtualBox
OS X 10.9 (13A603) - Uptime: 0 days 0:15:22
WDC WD1600BEVS-22RST0 disk0 : (160.04 GB)
EFI (disk0s1) <not mounted>: 209.7 MB
disk0s2 (disk0s2) <not mounted>: 159.18 GB
Recovery HD (disk0s3) <not mounted>: 650 MB
HL-DT-ST DVDRW GS22N
Micron Built-in iSight
Apple Inc. Apple Internal Keyboard / Trackpad
Apple Computer, Inc. IR Receiver
Logitech USB Receiver
Apple Inc. BRCM2046 Hub
Apple Inc. Bluetooth USB Host Controller
Problem System Launch Daemons:
Problem System Launch Agents:
User Launch Agents:
[not loaded] org.virtualbox.vboxwebsrv.plist
User Login Items:
3rd Party Preference Panes:
User Internet Plug-ins:
Time Machine not configured!
Top Processes by CPU:
5% Google Chrome Helper EH
Top Processes by Memory:
152 MB Google Chrome Helper EH
143 MB Google Chrome
127 MB com.apple.IconServicesAgent
70 MB Google Chrome Helper
61 MB Finder
61 MB mds_stores
45 MB installd
41 MB softwareupdated
41 MB WindowServer
37 MB Dock
Virtual Memory Statistics:
1.37 GB Free RAM
1.63 GB Active RAM
230 MB Inactive RAM
534 MB Wired RAM
531 MB Page-ins
156 KB Page-outs
Can you help me now?
i uninstall boom a long time ago.
Boom is still installed according to the report you posted about an hour ago.
i checked the plugins nothing there. Could it be a virus?
If you are downloading torrents, anything is possible. For example, you said you uninstalled Boom yet it remains installed.
how do you know boom is installed?
I don't download illegal software the only reason I had to use utorrent is because the dmg file for Libre Office is torrent format. Libre Office if freeware software it is like Microsoft Word but its free.
The Original Boom I installed was a free trial after 30 days I delete it in the trash can I thought that was how you uninstall on Mac Osx.
There does not need to be an icon for a process modifying OS X to remain installed. If you provided your user name and password in response to an installer's request for your credentials, merely dragging an application's icon to the Trash is almost never the correct way to uninstall it. If you don't uninstall such things properly, not only will they continue to affect your system, adverse effects may result from an incomplete installation. Boom is a system modification known to cause problems, and from what you describe it was not completely uninstalled.
If you do not know how to uninstall a system modification, ask its developer for assistance.
Google Drive is another problem: finder crashes with maverick. If you want your Mac to run well, uninstall anything Google installed on your Mac including the resource-hogging Chrome.
Wireshark has been known to cause problems even in earlier OS X versions. Determine if it has been updated for Mavericks, use the correct version for your Mac, and if you do not need it, get rid of it.