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located in C:\Windows\prefetch\agent.exe-10BH4(42 kb) and in C:\program files\common files\install shield\update service\(969kb) Seems harmless as comes up when not on line and in folder that seems OK My machine tasks keep going into 'Not Responding' state.
is necessary for a program called Dragon naturally speaking if you delete the program you will prevent Dragon Naturally Speaking from working.
I agree blocking with firewall resolves part of this issue but not all of it. Locate in Common files and run it with an internet connection.
Let connect when you let this software manager check for updates.
Annoying, leaks handles, eats CPU and causes issues with virtually every program I run.
Learn to update your own software and not rely on poorly programmed updaters (like my boss seems to think we should in our office) As the Macrovision component of Installshield, it's located in c:\program files\common files\installshield\update Service. It will show you which applications subscribe to it. Change the settings to MANUAL, click "apply to all programs" and it shouldn't bother you any more. EXE-139A6BA6 - Looks fine, but I've been having some trouble with Rohos Mini Drive, am i being paranoid or is it a program that's left over from when I uninstalled rohos?
Install Shield is distributed by Flexera Software, which is headquartered in Illinois.
Install Shield is designed primarily for Windows software deployment, but can also manage mobile device software as well.
It is indeed part of Install Shield but it literally stops all productivity for an undetermined amount of time, and would NOT let me kill it. After starting up, I renamed the software to agent2such that I can find it at a later date but won't have to deal with it starting up on its own.
My is a Macrovision file and came onto my computer with the "media manager" element of "blackberry desktop" It checks for updates for "critical " updates and "important" updates schedule that can be set to daily, weekly or manual (in manual, it doesn't check until you run the program yourself).
This Macrovision is leaking handles like anything, rapidly bringing my WXP into an uncontrollable state; killing it is only a temporary solution since the same process is recreated immediately I know that a lot of games use installshield (midieval total war for instance).
Also, on occasion it has taken up 50% of my processing power for about 10 seconds, then disappeared, then popped up again about 30 seconds later, and just kept on doing that for a long time. Found this in C:\Program Files\Iron Mountain\Connected Backup PC\.
It will then show you what programs its updating which will let you know how it got installed. Clicking on settings in the manager and on one of the products and you can adjust checking for updates to manual.