Process name: PxWMA.dll
Product: pxwma.dll or ESSSONIC
Company: Sonic Solutions (www.sonic.com) or EASTMAN KODAK Company (www.kodak.com) or VERITAS Software Corp
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Average user rating of pxwma.dll:
based on 15 votes. Read also the 9 reviews.
448 users ask for this file.
2 users rated it as not dangerous.
4 users rated it as not so dangerous.
3 users rated it as little bit dangerous.
6 users rated it as dangerous.
4 users didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about pxwma.dll: |
| || Came in through an aol download but not from aol. See Web site! Dump this Mother See also: Link |
| TOM L.|| known as "adware.webdir" as reported by norton antivirus See also: Link |
| D. Beckham|| never saw it d/l'ed but it runs on initial browser start and then the file cannot be found after that. |
| graham|| part of the px engine, invoked as cdrom lowfilter pxhelp cd processing, possibly drm |
| Ulukai|| It's part of Sonic's burning/converting engine, 1Click DivxToDVD uses this engine and installs this file along with some others. |
| Tony Penton|| I recently upgraded a computer with Windows XP SP1 (no further updates, auto update off) to SP2, IE7, and all of the other updates that come with turning on automatic updates. IE did not work. Opening folders did not work. When I deleted this add-on, IE and everything else worked fine. Originally, I had to run IE7 without add-ons. |
| misha|| It's a "Divx" Data file Data library divx player using it. See also: Link |
| rex|| Hover over file says by Sonic Solutions but Yahoo Anti-Spy says its part of the Bitfrost virus, so I dont know |
| Peter|| The pxwma.dll file (63 kB) was created in my system directory C:/WINDOWS/system32/ after reboot of the PC performed after installation of RealPlayer and activating its DVD/CD burning option. RealPlayer downlowded and installed Roxio DVD burning plugin. |
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