|N?TEPAD.EXE is PurityScan Malware.
The process has the similar name to the notepad.exe.
But one or more letters changed to identical-looking Unicode Cyrillic characters.
For example, the Cyrillic character ?o? is used in place of the Latin ?o?, which looks identical; on Windows 95/98/Me or in non-Unicode applications these characters will appear as question marks (eg. n?otepad.exe) and the file may be inaccessible.
Kill the process N?TEPAD.EXE and delete the file similar to N?TEPAD.EXE from Windows or Windows\System32 folder.
Remove N?TEPAD.EXE from Windows startup.