ynk Any file that acesses the internet without my knowledge I consider dangerous. Run a search on your machine for it, then remove it. Shade logitech LS11 zlatatursic put a logitech wireless mouse on my system and nearly ground everything to a halt. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. click site
LOL (just kidding). Check it out! Mike installed with logitech wireless desktop technology, attached to 2 dll files as well, inside a logitech folder\desktop manager folder R I believe it only updates software. SP2 firewall immediately blocked it which was a nice surprise.
My name is Sam and I will be helping you. Alicia This comes with the installation software for Logitech mice,there is an option not to activate it during the installation process.Norton Antivirus calls it a malicious script. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair backweb-8876480.exe related Windows Errors 3. Just slows the pc while booting.
Using the site is easy and fun. See also: Link Bedub it is attempting to listen for incoming connections, which makes it really dangerous. You should backup your personal files and data before doing a System Restore. This is nusance-ware, and does stall the XP system while it tries to run and gets swatted by ZoneAlarm.
Always remember to perform periodic backups, or at least to set restore points. Naddie D 0 Kudos Posted by KittyMom 05-16-2005 07:30 PM Most Valued Poster View All Member Since: 02-26-2004 Posts: 4,375 Message 6 of 20 (199 Views) Re: Logitech Desktop Messenger Options The main program executable is LogitechDesktopMessenger.exe. We as consumers should file a claim against them.
I have recentley removed it and now my Norton LiveUpdate does not work... Go to the installation folder of Logitech Desktop Messenger 2.56. Out it went. If your anti-virus or anti-spy software is telling you something, then listen to it.
A great uninstaller that can help you to remove this program on the fastest and the most easiest way is called the Perfect Uninstaller. Make sure that all files and folders are listed, including the hidden ones. Kodak says the program is used legitimately to make sure users have the latest version of Kodak's software. Or, you can uninstall Logitech Desktop Messenger from your computer by using the Add/Remove Program feature in the Window's Control Panel.
If you need your system resources free though, I would recommend removing it. I couldn't find LogitechDesktopMessenger.exe or ISStart.exe but LogiTray.exe, LVComS.exe and LowLight.exe are there. If I have helped you in any way, please consider a donation to help me continue the fight against malware.Failing to respond back to the person that is giving up their Close all files and programs that are open.
I meant anything that you are familiar with and know can safely be shut down... AV, firewall, anti-spyware, browser, and such as that. Since the Logitech stuff can run silently, you do need to make sure there are no stray processes running in Task Manager... Save it to your desktop.
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Richard It wont let me shutdown my computer, it slows and sometimes halts altogether my dial up connection :( DK it causes shutdown problems-"backweb has caused an error"-get this weveral times I wouldn't worry about that one unless it happens again with other programs that use InstallShield. However, this is not a recommended course of action because it only removes the program files from your computer and does not actually uninstall anything. I opened up Task Manager and killed backweb-8876480.exe, and the problems went away.
The software installer includes 59 files and is usually about 10.76 MB (11,283,027 bytes). jj open thought The firewall in XP SP 2 blocks it. Emily Well it is a pain to unistall and the company is claiming that it is not spyware, call me paranoid but I think they want you to keep it on Steps: a.
A unique security risk rating indicates the likelihood of the process being potential spyware, malware or a Trojan. I always remind my self of two things. 1) If I have the software, I can always re-instal, or with XP you can always do a restore.