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Prozess Name: NOPDB
Produkt: Norton Speed Disk
Firma: Symantec Corporation
"nopdb.exe" ist ein Teil von Norton Speed Disk (einer Komponente von Norton Utilities), das mit Systemdienstprogrammen wie Norton Systemworks 2003 angeboten wird.
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Durchschnittliche Bewertung von nopdb.exe: basierend auf 90 Bewertungen. Siehe auch die 29 Kommentare.
203 Anwender fragten nach dieser Datei. 53 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als harmlos. 7 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als wahrscheinlich harmlos. 12 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als neutral. 8 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als etwas gefährlich. 10 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als gefährlich. 8 Anwender bewerteten diese nicht ("keine Angabe").
|Kommentare über nopdb.exe:|
|NOPDB.EXE is a service used by Speed Disk, part of Norton SystemWorks 2003. It is mainly associated with scheduling Speed Disk, but it does run by default. If you disable it, Speed Disk will still run when manually launched.|
|You cannot in Speed Disk without NOPDB.EXE running. BUT, if you are not running speed disk or Norto Utilities and it is boging you down, kill it. Reboot if you need it back; I have not tryed launching from comman line. Britt|
|Uses 0 CPU percent, until scheduled defragmentation is started. A tip, don't use the HDD it is defragmenting ! To stop a currently running defragmentation that was scheduled, simply fire up speed disk, and you see the progress from the program, which is where you can click on the stop button if you want to have the resources back. Squija|
|First, the process is not dangerous although though it does take up valuable space in memory and a cycle or two from the CPU when it's not active. Second, the NOPDB service needs to be running for Speed Disk to start, manually or automatically, so the service can be set to MANUAL instead of AUTOMATIC and will only activate when you start Speed Disk. Stopping Speed Disk will halt and unload NOPDB.EXE Third, this process only becomes a hog when it's actively analyzing or reorganizing your disk(s). If you don't ever use Speed Disk remove the application and then no worries. Siehe auch: Link AKomie|
|CPU Sucker Kill Norton|
|Norton Speed disk Andy|
|I removed nopdb.exe startup entries without significant consequence. I did so (WinXP, Norton SW2005) and the manual defrag still worked. Obviously, defrag scheduling might not be effective from doing so. RiXo|
|Not dangerous. Used by Norton Speed Disk. Uses 2.5MB system memory. Uses no CPU time until Speed Disk application actually runs. It does not sort your drives until you run the speed disk application. Disable scheduling and run manually. This will not affect the program. Sam|
|cant remove pat|
|Major CPU killer - But not always associated with norton speeddisk since it found its way to my computer without norton being installed. search came up nothing. according to the search not on my computer... but it keeps coming up in my task manager.|
|Part of the Speed Disk schedule utility. Seems to crash every few days (system runs for weeks without being shut down) Never noticed any cpu usage, but the schedule is for 6:AM, when I am not using the computer. Kyrin|
|Part of Norton Utilities - Defragments hard drive in the background so MAY CAUSE HIGH CPU USAGE and SYSTEM SLOWING - Perfectly benign, however, as it is only doing it's job. Killing this process manually MAY CORRUPT DATA if it is currently defragmenting. Can be run on a schedule so process can appear and disappear at whim - forced executin at the time of a scheduled defrag WILL cause high CPU usage. Siehe auch: Link Robert|
|Yes, as others point out it is part of Norton SystemWorks program. CPU usage is low but as it is reveiwing the hard drive access to programs is delayed. If that's a problem set the automatic cleaning process for a time when you are not using the computer. Tony|
|Not a big deal. May bog down some CPU's to run, but it can be scheduled to execute during times you won't be using it. One of the better defragment utilities out there and it worth the slowdown on your CPU while it defrags. Sephy|
|I dont have Norton installed, nor have I ever, This crap file is runing on my system that has NEVER had Norton products on it, it is running and cannot kill it, it comes right back when I do, it is NOT A NORTON PRODUCT on my system. Not sure what the hell it is. fIXjACK|
|might be a "look2me" adware. There is a tool to remove this but the adware copies itself to new dir's and creates new names. I dont use Norton SW (but have Ghost,AntiVirus). Manual deletion is required after finding it (use MS Defender beta2) Siehe auch: Link brandon|
|If it seems to keep running, even when you're not running "Speed disk", then open "Speed disk" and go to "Analysis" side tab. Make sure you select "Stop Analyzing". If you ever select "Start Analyzing" it will always want to analyze and defrag your HDD('s). Simcoe|
|This is part of Norton Speed disk, however on my current system (which has never had Norton installed) it has appeared as malware. PrevX claims it's part of !UPDATE.exe (not the windows one) and I'm very inclined to trust PrevX's assessment. My advice is not to delete it until you have reason to believe it's spyware. Z-kun|
|The reason it shows up is because it's memory resident if you have scheduled system defrags. If it's not defraging it doesn't take a lot of memory but it doesn't seem to care if you happen to be doing something on the PC and it will jump to over 100k. My issue is that lately it's been crashing, not sure if it's a Windows update or not but was fine on SP2 until a few weeks ago. I just restored an image from July (not because of this) and it's still doing it. FrantiX|
|If you don't like bloatware or have a very slow system try these free options and programs. Many times malware disguises itself as any process use an antispyware program(Spybot S&D)(Security Task Manager) or an antirootkit tool. Google and Wikipedia is also good start. Siehe auch: Link Lyskar|
|Not essential. Check AdministrativeTools/Services for "Speed Disk service" set Properties/Startup type = Disabled. You can always run it manually. If theres no service Spedd disk then probably its a malware. FA_PT|
|A norton utility, i thought so, just did a quick google check because its causing my computer to make "reading disc whirring" noises, although it does not degrade performance, it use 4% of my AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ InfinityLiger|
|Google confirms this is a process of Norton Utilities Speed Disk (a disk defragment program) Leave it alone. Speed disk will operate at 20% frag level by default or at any other frag level you set within Utilities Scheduling Siehe auch: Link glmoyer45|
|Its a tool for defragging your hard drive of course its gonna make the hard drive churn and slow your computer down. The purpose of it is to defrag the hard drive so your computer can access data faster AFTER its done running. Set the freaking thing to manual and run it manually before you go to the crapper. When ya get back it will be done Barney Buttlips|
|NOPDB.exe To Britt - 12 down from top: If you "End Process", you DON'T need to reboot to run Speedisk (Norton 2007). All you have to do is just start Speedisk and it will re-enter NOPDB.exe in processes, but unless started (the application), it doesn't take up as much CPU as it did without Speedisk NOT running. Just checked it. Defrag is scheduled but not open or minimized. I noticd it when running Norton Antivirus 2007, AFTER thescan was complete and the app closed, it was taking my CPU to 90% - I have 3 Ghx, 1 GB RAM. No, Norton hasn't explored this carefully enough, IMO. MCP - MS Beta Tester|
|Here's the rundown for the less technically inclined - Norton Speed Disk will eat CPU and make your system slow down WHEN it's running, but when it finishes the defrag, your system will run considerably faster than if you hadn't run it. If it's annoying you, here's the solution - in the Norton Speed Disk interface, click View Global Options... Set Priority slider to Low, set Memory slider to Low, click Apply, then click OK. It will take more time to defrag this way, but it will be considerably less annoying. Running on Win 2K, and it's the best defrag utility I know. Kurt :-)|
|I do not own and have never installed Norton System Works 2003 onto my PC, i have this file sitting in my computer and while it runs, i get adware popups like crazy, when i close this process, the popups go away. Beware as Malware could try to use this name for its dirty deeds ! Tolga-Han|
|It's a CPU hog, but you're using it for a reason... if you want your drive defragged, you need to not use other programs while it runs. It being a CPU hog means less chance of that, therefore win-win! Jeff|
|Heisser Tipp!Kleine Idee dazu: am Ende des Scripts einfach ein Shutdown eibuanen und dann kann man sich ins Bett legen. Die Kiste fe4hrt dann ja nach getaner Arbeit runter Milton|
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