but the file itself is safe, valid, and necessary for certain functions. January 23, 2011 Ibrahim Manikfan Nabu when i am going to open a file in C drive or connected Hard disk in my sony vaio laptop everytime i open the folder KR each website is saying different stuff... Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you! have a peek here
August 1, 2008 bigminisachin1231 I also have two rundll32.exe's running in Task Manager; however the second one doesn't list anything under Command Line - possible virus? Sup3r all it does is not let me delete history Jordian when i quit it with task manager my pc runs smoother and faster. September 23, 2011 manish sometime before my xp is infacted by a virus in form of an antivirus named"protection shield pro". I then was able to open files on CONTROL PANEL!.
LBS HAWAWII I think many of you people need to go back to school and take a computer course. Promise. See also: Link Don Rundll32 is a part of windows, See also: Link Don This file is a virus more! Should I download a new copy of the Rundll32.exe file?
I could immediately access my control panel and download updates. chris scarber If you are running xp pro you can open a "command prompt" window and type tasklist /m /fi "IMAGENAME eq rundll32.exe" C:\rundll32.txt then go to your c:\ drive and I got much information about Rundll32.exe. Scrin- read loads of different write ups on it, and more often than not people seem to say its not dangerous.
Resubmitting elsewhere without any key change when a paper is rejected Why is the Vitamin B complex, a "complex"? Alex I right clicked on file and chose "run as" I then selected a user (me / admin is what I chose). EAA Alladien RunDLL32.dll is most commonly used on systems with Nvidia Graphics Card. the Command Line box shows what called it.
generally though there'll only be one "rundll32.exe" process running, the bad one, if indeed any. March 28, 2011 Jiggawut delete system 32:!?!?!? Is Rundll32.exe a dangerous file (virus, malware, spyware)? rundll32.exe is NOT a virus.
Note: the valid process is normally located at \Windows\System32\rundll32.exe, but sometimes spyware uses the same filename and runs from a different directory in order to disguise itself. What should i do? if u only have the original one in system 32 and are getting errors related to it a separate virus may have damaged it.if u only have the real file and The dll it is 'adapting' is the evil/good thing.
February 28, 2010 Omar Hi im doing a power point presentation about “rundll32.exe.”And I have to explain the host processes and the error windows host process “rundll32” has stop working. Simon849 it is constantly slowing down my computer and i have to end the process every time I turn on my computer Jill rundll and Rundll32 are not normal for windows One such case is a file named "rundii32.exe". Can't use only one of those?
Control panel/display settings still work fine. The file, as listed, is fine and won't harm your system at all.... One solution a user noted is to plug the USB mouse into a different USB slot in your computer, perform the full install, and reboot your system. One error users are experiencing on both Windows 7 and Windows 8 devices is the logilda error.
Anonymous I have the Rundll32.exe blocking up all unused processing power, so my PC would run at a constant 100% capacity, which, needless to say, made it very slow. Ann raccourci exit windows+rundll32 XP (as well as NT and server 2003) have a nifty little system file checker tool: go to Start Run sfc you can point it to the Just YF, Programmer In my case it was part of the nVidia Desktop Manager functions, nVidia uses it to launch the tweak tool in the sys tray.
It may also some times found in other places which must be a virus. This file has been identified as a program that is undesirable to have running on your computer. This program is vital and should not be deleted. But I had a problem with it constantly using up all my CPU.
There is no description of the program. Nate rundll32 is a original part of windows it comes with the disk it should be in your system 32 folder if its found elswhere it is lickely a virus. One will use the library when you start add/remove s/w in control panel, the other turned out to be specifically Nvidia - if you right click the desktop/Nview Properties and disable If you're having rundll32.exe problems, rundll is not the cause, unless you have a second illegitimate rundll32 file hiding on your system somewhere.