This dynamic link library (DLL) is an add-on for Internet Explorer called the MyWay Search Assistant. It comes preinstalled on Dell computers, and redirects users to the site myway.com when they type in an invalid Internet address within Internet Explorer. While it is not malware, many users object to their typing errors generating free page views for MyWay and disabled this feature.
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|All comments about deSrcAs.dll: |
| This file, i believe is a browser redirector that redirects customers that have bought dell systems. it redirects the browser to www.dellmyway.com when browsing to www.dell4me.com, Try it on a dell machine Eric|
| MyWay Search Assistant for Internet Explorer installed on Dells. I have a new dell that had it before I ever hooked it up to the internet. It seems to be installed with image. Try Control Panel : Add / Remove Programs MyWay Search Assistant. See also: Link Dave|
| MyWay Search Assistant for Internet Explorer installed on Dells. I have a new dell that had it before I ever hooked it up to the internet. It seems to be installed with image. Try Control Panel : Add / Remove Programs MyWay Search Assistant. Dave|
| I tend to agree with Eric, I have a new Dell and if I go to an incorrectly registered domain name (bad c.name record in DNS) then I get redirected to a dellmyway.com page Kevin|
| If deSrcAs.dll is enabled the Explorer process will not exit normal when you close the application so Explorer will still take memory usage (see the Task Manager -- Processes). Udi S.|
| This file is found in all Dell computers. It redirects customers to www.dellmyway.com when a user types in an incorrect registered domain. However if you feel that its harmful to your computer you can always delete or disable the file See also: Link Apix|
| It will take your setting away, & bomb you if you try to change it. Gates|
| It is attached to myway search bar. I was trying to run IE as an admin and this was failing it. Have uninstalled and this is now fixed. Simon|
| Preinstalled from DELL, Disable Addon in Internet Explorer or remove Software Steffen|
| It is spyware and needs deleted Ironman|
| It seems to be installed as an add-on in Internet Explorer and IE7 recently started to crash whenever it was closed until I disabled the add-on Richard|
| My IE7 crashed when closing - when this ddl is an active addon - deactivate it and the problem is gone. gorken|
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