What is mscoree.dll? Is mscoree.dll spyware or a virus?

How to fix mscoree.dll related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your mscoree.dll process
2. Run Registry Booster to fix mscoree.dll related errors
3. Run Spyware Doctor to remove persistent malware

Process name: Microsoft .NET Runtime Execution Engine
Product: Microsoft .NET Framework or mscoree.dll or MicrosoftR .NET Framework
Company: Microsoft Corporation (www.microsoft.com)
File: mscoree.dll


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Users Opinions

Average user rating of mscoree.dll: 4 based on 14 votes. Read also the 9 reviews.

570 users ask for this file. 9 users rated it as not dangerous. 3 users rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as dangerous. 3 users didn't rate it ("don't know").


All comments about mscoree.dll:
Alex Part of Microsoft .NET Framework  See also: Link
anerd trixie browser extension
Ken P when i googled the registry number (starting "95663..."), I came up with a host of references to FilePrintFedExKinko's, which I do have installed on my machine. I think this may be the browser helper for that program. If you don't have the program, you probably don't need the .dll.  See also: Link
The Major Think it has to do with my ACT 2006
MBWPGH Arose in XP repair.
jack was not a part of windows 98 oe nt installation
Kirsten R. This constant error message can be solved the right way if you go to 'http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/default.aspx '. As part of Microsoft .NET framework it's a necessary file. But malware like Uniblue/Advanced PC tweaker (out of Malta) use the error message to snag the unaware into buying their useless/potentially dangerous programs. Fair warning: just because a site claims it has 'Microsoft Approved' or other seemingly legitmate rating don't get sucked in! ANY company that plunks down enough cash seems to be able to get a 'Microsoft Approved' rating.  See also: Link
Dave Wright This file is part of the .NET framework. Programs that rely on .NET need this file (among others) in order to run successfully.  See also: Link
Jan Malenstein Part of application for MS Outolook, possible the Doodle event scheduler, Hitman Pro and my virusscanner leave it alone

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