I may simply, have a trojan that has not been found by either spybegone or McVee anti virus systems. More specifically, these ViewMgr.exe errors can be caused by: Corrupt Windows registry keys associated with ViewMgr.exe / Viewpoint Manager. Seabee October 23, 2004 4:18 PM The following information on ViewMgr.exe was obtained from the following website. Viewpoint installed itself on my computer without my doing anything.
Installs its self. It used to only update when you visited a website that uses it. MMM Was reviewing all applications firewall status (access/blocked) saw it was there and was blocked. I found the installer and the file folder and deleted the living daylights out of them. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/viewmgr.exe.html
printing). I have not let it through because I didn't know what it was. Unused files: AxMetaStream.dll, ComponentMgr.dll, MetaStreamID.ini, MtsAxInstaller.exe, npViewpoint.dll, npViewpoint.xpt, JpegReader.dll, Mts3Reader.dll, SceneComponent.dll, SreeDMMX.dll, SWFView.dll, WaveletReader.dll Please, remove this spyware with RegRun Startuip Optimizer. Removal Instructions are limited to using control panel, which (as other sites and discussions have indicated) may not be complete. 2-spyware.com has a very good write up on ViewPoint Media Player
Process name: ViewPoint Media Player Application using this process: ViewPoint Media Player Recommended: Scan your system for invalid registry entries. You now have a backup of your ViewMgr.exe-related registry entry. I saw who their clients are and I want to see their ads. Step 6: Uninstall and Reinstall the Viewpoint Manager Program Associated with ViewMgr.exe If your ViewMgr.exe error is related to a specific program, reinstalling Viewpoint Manager-related software could be the answer.
Dan September 29, 2004 1:06 PM Hi there, and a big "Thank You." Y'all were the 1rst result in a google search on the subject: viewmgr.exe. Used Startup Control Panel to disable it for now. The Viewpoint stuff is part of the Adobe Acrobat Atmosphere Player - that's all. have a peek here It's never prompted me to update it either (panda 06 takes care of a lot of that stuff) and i have a home-made gaming machine, so it doesn't drain my cpu
one answer at a time. It probably came with Acrobat, and now SunBelt's Counterspy tells me it is spyware. Follow the steps in the Wizard to choose a restore point. The site asked to upgrade my flash player and boom there she was.
Can be run manually via Start → Settings → Control Panel by enabling auto-updates temporarily, re-booting and then disabling again Important: Some malware camouflages itself as ViewMgr.exe. Gil September 15, 2004 12:43 AM Thanks! See also: Link Paul It is not spyware. I got it anyway.
Could not delete it but could rename it to Vmgrremok.old. Ocvist spyware Jimmy Spyware by ViewPoint-Do not allow to access the net. Removal and security Fix viewmgr.exe errors: Free scan Boost performance: Free scan Security risk 0-5: 0 Spyware: No (Free spyware scan) Virus:No (Remove viewmgr.exe) Trojan:No (Remove viewmgr.exe) Free system scan Step Do some FREE scan tests and you will see if there are some unwanted applications, whitch might be responsible for the tab stability of the system.
GET RID OF IT! but first end your internet connection. Not annoying, but still unwanted OmegaAsh Most people most likely get this file from AOL Instant Messenger.... Click the Remove button on the right side.
Mauro Anthony September 13, 2004 11:01 AM Yea I have a feeling it might be related to iTunes as well. viewmgr.exe is a safe process Can I stop or remove viewmgr.exe? The following information is a brief description of what is known about this file.
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The wolf hiding in sheeps clothing as adware. As Mike pointed out on October 24, Adobe Acrobat Reader somehow includes Viewpoint Media Player as part of a plug-in update. Kisara This constantly came up on my Zone Alarm firewall and I became curious about it. It locks up Add/Remove everytime I try.
robin associated with netscape, aim, aol, and adobe software. Type "sfc /scannow" and hit ENTER. Phasers Popped up out of nowhere, but seems to be very active on my computer(s). REMOVE IT FROM YOUR COMPUTER IMMEDIATELY I detest being spied on and lied to!!!
Using a registry cleaner automates the process of finding invalid registry entries, missing file references (like the one causing your ViewMgr.exe error), and broken links within the registry. Click the Uninstall button on the top menu ribbon. viewmgr.exe is installed with recent versions of AOL, and most people feel that is a form of malware. Window's new Anti-Spyware Beta program alerted me to this one.
I removed it using add/remove programs. I hate such programms it's criminal to build such SPYWARE! (Viewpoint Media Player) See also: Link Dulla_Po Installed without direct permission and then asks for internet access nonstop. Rick I recently installed WinRAR. Lisa Annoying pop-up gLENN pOLARD Viewpoint manager, useless and collects some data about your web usage, if you didn't install it yourself, get rid of it as of other spyware like
Quiller It is just a plugin. I'm going to cancel my AOL account because of it and advise everyone else to also. It has nothing to do with AOL. The program has no visible window.
end task, so it is not running, then it can be uninstalled. Click the Uninstall/Change on the top menu ribbon. Get rid of this program if it is on your machine, it does nothing good and can only be spyware. It is used by many applications and websites so be careful if you un-install it.
Categories | Full Archive By Date | Business Card | About Advertisements do not imply my endorsement of any product or service. Zone Labs caught on mine, I did'nt know what the heck it was. Installs with AOL Instant Messenger, Netscape, certain Adobe applications - Adobe Atmosphere player. Viewpoint Manager) on your PC.Every software application on your PC uses an executable file - your web browser, word processor, spreadsheet program, etc. - making it one of the most useful
While holding CTRL-Shift on your keyboard, hit ENTER. Click Control Panel on the right side menu.