its really anoying it makes my comp really slow anthony from new zealand check the properties it's orgin is smart link. 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 It may also some times found in other places which must be a virus. Virus with same file name: W32.Miroot.Worm - Symantec Corporation Backdoor.Lastdoor - Symantec Corporation Trojan.StartPage - Symantec Corporation Click to Run a Free Scan for rundll32.exe related errors Users Opinions Average user
Just a victim I don't much this file, the only thing I know this file will be use by certain application. 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. i was infected with rundii32.scr, and it eats about 20 mb ram and goes with your processor somewhere at +80% marius it is used to run hotmail and msn...now i deleted I say no. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/rundll32.exe.html
How do i get it back? If rundll32.exe is located in a subfolder of Windows folder for temporary files, the security rating is 56% dangerous. Jesse For some reason, all of my problems went away as soon as I deleted this Mark rundll32.exe seems to be used by my nvidia panel in the taskbar. See also: Link Garrett, Phoenix AZ this file has two version, on is harmless, signed by Microsoft Corp.
If you are unsure on how to change or check this, please ask a friend that is familar with boot up options. Ronnie Rundll32.exe loads and runs 32-bit DLLs. Jay Part of Windows Operation System. The process rundll32.exe do not end.
The dll it is 'adapting' is the evil/good thing. If you see it running on Task manager it is a trojan horse given the name 'rundll32' to mislead you. Kill the process and all returns to normal for several days. http://www.file.net/process/rundll32.exe.html Luke Barnes It keeps invading my computer with a note that says it is an illegal operation.
Subscribe l l FOLLOW US TWITTER GOOGLE+ FACEBOOK GET UPDATES BY EMAIL Enter your email below to get exclusive access to our best articles and tips before everybody else. DO NOT DELETE RUNDLL32.EXE. i recommend that u use zonealarm and restrict this process from working, because it aint a vital thang to run windows. For those of you who dont know where the rundll32 backup file is located, its in your C:WindowsPrefetch or your i386 folder.
It's part of WINDOWS so without it dll based programs wont work. http://www.errorboss.com/exe-files/rundll32-exe/ Gerrard It's apart of Windows XP, and other Windows Versions. Vesna A necessary, but maskable executable Racimo I am also trying to find out how to fix the problem.Something easy to do so that it does not slow down your computer, That's why it doesn't show up in the taskbar.
i recommend that u use zonealarm and restrict this process from working, because it aint a vital thang to run windows. Do you have additional information? These hang up as easily as any other software, but usually you cant see them on your desktop. I've found that it sometimes rests in C:\WINDOWS\Prefetch , and if you delete the imposter file it may help your problem a bit.
diwan chowthry Multiple instances of RUNDLL32 may be running on your pc at one time. These commonly use RunDLL32 to open popups, run keyloggers, etc., but it is also vital to many ligitimate processes. How?Where?
atif every time I open internet explorer i get a message from internet security asking if i should allow web host proccess (rundll32) to run or close it, how do i The computer doesn't seem to be any the worse for it Leon W You can't STOP the dll when its running, everything still works fine. But it can be misused. JPac Some users or should i say malicious users, are using this prog to initiate unwanted dlls.
this is a system file used to exit from windows. rundll32 is slowly killing my pc, i don't know what to do i deleated it in safe mode and i deleated it out of the startup files but it keeps coming the file may have been corrupted or replaced some sort of malware, or it's running a malware dll file. One error users are experiencing on both Windows 7 and Windows 8 devices is the logilda error.
It did not effect any up to date programs or work that I had done. NAM it cannot be a virus. If you see it running on Task manager it is a trojan horse given the name 'rundll32' to mislead you. If I get rid of it, the programs run normally Sammylou Same as Norman, When ever i start the PC it says it can't be found, so i guess that it
Damage to your computer's registry could be compromising your PC's performance and causing system slow-downs and crashes. so i got rid of it...and can't open my control panel!!! When i was almost thinking to go for it, i came across an article which i thought was worth a last try. It is associated with Bluetooth devices and is published by Motorola.
Andre John was right about shutting down my nvidia toolbar icon.