This is a background task that is installed with various telephony software products. It detects if you have a digital phone line (such as those used in offices) connected to your modem, as opposed to a standard analog line, since most modems won't work properly on digital lines. It is not generally needed on most modern PCs, especially since you should already know if you are using your modem, and if so, where and on what type of line.
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| Came with Dell laptop to support Broadcom modem. It checks on boot and periodically if you are plugged into a digital PBX plug instead of an analog modem plug. I presume that it is attempting to protect itself as this situation used to destroy modem cards years ago. I think that most modern modems have some sort of protection now. Don|
| Part of NTL's home broadband set up See also: Link Foxman|
| Conflicts with Logitech Mouseware 9.79.1. Advice from Logitech support was to "Either (a) Delete the Digital Line Detect program from the start up folder, or (b) If the issue persists, please uninstall the Digital Line Detect program" Owen Williams|
| this File causes problems with live meeting and can bring up error msgs "digital line found (PBX) please check the phone line connected to your pc" ( no line is connected) ((translation from german OS)) ulrich bär|
| dlg.exe is a part of BVRP Phone Tools software suite. It offers faxing, phone book, e-mailing and more. This is a non-essential process. Disabling or enabling this is down to user preference Elric Ward|
| makes sure you don't "hurt" tour pc if connected to a digital ( not alalog) telephone line ! jenzendk|
| Not dangerous but will take up backgroud resources in Windows. Ed|
| comes standard with dell pc's and DSL modems. nick|
| DLG.exe is source of XP startup error message: MdmXSdk.dll is not a valid Windows image. Ken Friedenbach|
| Used by Dell Computers (installed by default). It may be conflicting with Logitech Remote Mouse". There is less evidence of conflict with "Logitech MX3000 Remote Keyboard" Michael B|
| Comes with lenovo ThinkPad Dizzman|
| Microsoft's process explorer, reports the exe as:"The Digital Line Detection program monitors the modem to make sure that the phone line is a standard analog phone line. Plugging into a digital phone line could cause damage to the modem.The purpose of this application is to provide a warning before damage occurs." drWireMore|
| AFAIK- serves no purpose. I used MSCONFIG and disabled it from starting up. Another Annoyed Dell Customer|
| It saved a bunch oof porn that wasn't even my taste to the computer then it did skeet on my face See also: Link Skeetface|
| logitech desktop manager |
| Digital line detection software from Avanquest Software, installed on Lenovo notebooks with internal modem See also: Link John|
| This file message "Digital Line detected" would come up because QTtask.exe would try to link for update when no network was hooked up. Using 98% of system the Quicktime file would try to connect through modem too. Recommend disabling auto update checkbox in QT. Other apps may be doing the same thing. Bob|
| Read this link for a definitive answer See also: Link HopeThisHelps|
| Best I can figure, since it is Unsigned it must come with package that many ppl are on with Time-Warner Digital, as it includes Digital Phones. Karen|
| Not as bad as you might think Linda|
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