|I am not sure what you see, it may be a warning or such that isn't a virus. If it is a virus then why hasn't the software removed it?|
The only way to be sure is to reload from OEM sources. There are some rootkits that can't be removed any other way. Rootkits and malware and virus could be cause of packets.
The problem is all network cards are supposed to transmit packets when they work. Faster gigabyte cards send out a lot of them.
Use wireshark maybe to see what they are. It is a technical task. You may be able to.
1/3 of highway deaths are caused by drunks. The rest are by people who can't drive any better than a drunk.