What is IDriverT.exe? Is IDriverT.exe spyware or a virus?
How to fix IDriverT.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your IDriverT process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair IDriverT.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: Install Driver Table Manager Module
Product: InstallDriver Table Manager
Company: Flexera Software (flexera.com)
A supporting application for Macrovision's InstallShield software, the Install Driver Table Manager runs as a background process once installed. It organizes Running Object Table objects for the InstallShield drivers to decrease install time and ensure efficient installations. InstallShield is distributed by Flexera Software, which is headquartered in Illinois. InstallShield is designed primarily for Windows software deployment, but can also manage mobile device software as well. Macrovision acquired the rights to distribute InstallShield in 2004 and was subsequently sold to Flexera Corporation in 2008.
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Average user rating of IDriverT.exe: based on 18 votes. Read also the 17 reviews.
1031 users ask for this file. 6 users rated it as not dangerous. 2 users rated it as not so dangerous. 6 users rated it as neutral. One user rated it as little bit dangerous. 3 users rated it as dangerous. 5 users didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about IDriverT.exe:|
|Could not install older programs/games (Red Alert 2 would give error in setup.exe) without starting this service in winxp - starting the windows installer service may be necessary as well Doug M.|
|Do not rember installing it!|
|Install Driver Module, part of InstallShield. It should only appear when you are installing a new piece of software. Jess|
|Part of installer service. Should only run when installing new software, but may be set to automatic startup after installation of iTunes 5. Setting service to manual should correct this with no outstanding issues. See also: Link WhiteHawkUK|
|it's installed without your consent when you want to play a copyrighted CD or DVD. n/a|
|I have installed many of windows OS, but very rare is to see IdriwerT.exe in processes after clean instalaton. I don't like processes whitch can not be removed with "hijack this", and I have bad experience in cases when it belongs to "Macrovision". haradameister|
|Installed when I loaded "Book Avis" program add-on to MS Outlook 2003 Beeth|
|Itīs a process part of InstallShield. About resource use, it only takes between 15 and 24 kb from memory. Its not harmful at all. ReN|
|Was installed by intel Modem Driver Mark|
|Started by "Services and Controller app(services.exe)", Company=Macrovision Corp, CopyRight=2005 Macrovision, Product associated with "InstallShield" and it's located in "#C:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallShield\Driver\11\Intell 32\ See also: Link Curtis R|
|installed as "manual" service during MS Flight Simulator X delux installation, not signed, under C:\program files (x86)\common files\installshield\driver\11\intel 32. Checking it because it is installed as "manual|
|It Is NOT a Normal Part Of the VISTA64 OS [SERVER?] Johnwayne Handigun|
|Thank you apple - it is a part of itunes. Worse yet is that it is completely pointless. Just shut it down. See also: Link Pat|
|its their attempt to control how and what you do with your computer, i deleted it and and crumbs of it,registry..etc. running win7 x86, no errors or issues, it did come with installation of COMMAND & CONQUER: GENERALS, but bitdfender popped up and asked what to do, i said DENY,save-and boom. no error. runs smoothly after couple months Certified MS Engineer-Nos|
|It appeared on my Tdssantirootkiller on Kaspersky and I kept quarantining it to no avail. Doug|
|WinPatrol just announced that this service wanted to start at every boot. I'd never seen this notification prior to the most recent iTunes update. Jeff|
|as long as the file comes from microsoft there is no problem, but watch out if it is from another owner then you have to delete the file. Stan|
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