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Prozess Name: Winamp Agent

Produkt: Winamp

Firma: Nullsoft

Datei: winampa.exe


"winampa.exe" ist der Winamp-Agent, der für das Abspielen von MP3-Dateien verwendet wird. www.neuber.com/taskmanager/deutsch/prozess/winampa.exe.html 
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Kommentare über winampa.exe:
located in c:\program files\winamp\ Michael
Harmless ! TB
Associated with Winamp. If you are not sure yourself, then check your program files, you'll find it in your Winamp folders. Duh' If you are still not sure, then uninstall & reinstall Winamp, watch for changes. Deek
it could be an agent file, but I detected a process running on my computer (a virus) and when I opened it in textpad, it pointed to this file, which was NOT in a program files folder. I've also never had winamp. A virus can be named anything, so don't assume a file isn't soley based on name... MK
It *could* be a Trojan. So both those who insist it is and those who insist it isn't are wrong. Always check properties, location and just plain common sense to see if it really the Winamp agent or a trojan. Shallimus
This file is linked by another application on my pc (C:\bla.exe) which I did NOT install, Norton scanned the file and claimed its harmless....but even "legit" programs can be and are not always for "legit" use butane216
This CAN be a TROJAN VIRUS!!! 30KB size in C:/windows/system32 file arrange by size to find it hover mouse and it will say winampa.exe but it will be a video type icon.... took me forever to find this bugger! Charles
As long as it's in the Winamp install directory, it's a harmless BUT useless program wasting cpu and ram, only slowing down your computer. Supposedly it keeps file associations with Winamp, but you shouldn't have any problem with losing them, when you install other media players they ask what files to be default app. for. But this might as well be some kind of spyware/malware/virus if it's in the wrong directory! Serge
Normal file. No problem!
The Winamp Agent, harmless and usefull. Be watch out, those who don't have winamp installed or ever had installed, this might be the trojan. Just check the location and decide wether its the trojan or not. Zero
Installed with Winamp. Its the Winamp Agent. Used for the Tray Icon. Don´t know, why its running, even if winamp is not running, but Winamp still works, when you shut "Winampa.exe" down...so I deleted it in the registry
Winamp Agent - *Harmless* - Also Not Needed But Deleting Can Cause A Small Glitch In Older Winamp Versions - However There Is A Virus With The Exact Name So Make Sure It's In Winamp Folder Not Windows Dyrekt
Usually safe if run from \program files\winamp directory. If running from anywhere else....check it out!. Winamp often is bundled with other software installs. If not sure...scan file here: http://virusscan.jotti.org/ having bla.exe and winampa indicate probable infection if winampa.exe is in system32(XP/2K) or System(98/ME) Tammy
it a file that initiates a virus. i was getting Hackers:Rootkit virus, which i was unable to remove using Nortons antivirus. But when i removed "winampa.exe" from processes of Task manager, That wirus did not po up again. Y.Praveen Kumar
trojan.win32mVB.wh.... Juke
if you have winamp installed you shuld be fine as long, however a virus with the same name is out there. To check, open up your process windows and check to see if there is a winamp.exe running. Kill it, now open your registry, and navigate to HKLM\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run and see if it is starting up by itself. A good way to tell, before doing all of this, and to see if it's resident in c:\winnt\system32\ . Virus programs won't catch it, for some strange reason. blah! tonio s. of Technoguyz
Just did a clean install of XP, NOT installed winamp. Connected to try and get service pack 2 firewall and a coupla nasties piggy backed in, now ZoneAlarm reports winamp.exe trying to access the internet. mrhyms
*Winamp agent* kaneo
es buen reproductor jose manuel
Installed itself alongside with al lot of other malware...such as msbb.exe and view.exe and ad.exe and several others. Date and times of it installing all point to deffo trojan/spyware on my comp. was 50kb in size and intalled directly under C. Never had winamp.exe on my comp. Reg 126
If you have winamp installed (I got this by installing good ol 2.91, which is clearly superior to the ever-crashing last verion), and want to stop this from starting when your comp boots: turn on winamp press Ctrl + P to open Preferences under [Setup], click [File types] uncheck [Register types on Winamp start] Click the [Agent] category uncheck [Maintain file associations]. Now, if you'll ever need to fix the file association by installing something notorious to screw file type association (like Quicktime), double click winampa.exe from the winamp directory. If it's elsewhere getrid Kain Xiorcal
Winamp agent
This file is normally associated with Winamp. It acts as a fast-start service, and it maintains file associations. If you have Winamp, and only one copy running, you should be fine. To disable it, load WinAmp, go to OPTIONS menu, PREFERENCES, select "File Types" under General Preferences in the left pane. Then, in the right pane, un-check "Enable Winamp Agent," and click close. If the program doesn't disappear, then end task on it. It should not show up in the future. Eric
This file is "Winamp Agent" It is not a virus (unless you have not installed winamp) this file is essental to winamp running. it may also run when winamp isnt running, allowing it to keep its file type management. this is NOT A VIRUS. do not attempt to remove it because it will cripple winamp. Mediarocker - IT Administrator
Nicht gefährlich. Lediglich unnötig speicherfressend ... -.-'  Siehe auch: Link Marina
Its part of the Winamp agent and allows the winamp agent to start up normally. IFF however you disable winamp agent then this program is just using up your memory (although barely anything when you think about it). If you delete it however you will be unable to run winamp agent in the future but i guess you could just reinstall winamp. Dr. Funky Monkey
Allows Winamp to retain file associations; unnecessary, as Winamp can be set to re associate on app start. Allows access to bookmarks from tray icon when app closed. Normal part of Winamp - right click and choose 'disable' and it's gone if you don't use it. Takes about 2,500K of memory when running. Appears to slightly slow Winamp start?  Siehe auch: Link PVTele
Winamp addon
Added by the LOONY-I TROJAN! Note - this is NOT associated with the popular Winamp media player. The valid file for the Winamp Agent resides in a "Winamp" subdirectory of the Program Files directory whereas this file is located in the System (9x/Me) or System32 (NT/2K/X mc_keym
in the registry it has keys totally separated from other winamp values... weird. I uninstalled winamp ith a professional uninstaller and understood this winampa is really a trojan. delete it! don't hesitate. funkynat
I was running AVG scan , and at the same time , i opened task manager , this was the first process on the list...i dont understand why , and i have not opened Winamp for more than a day now , but when i went to see the location of this file , it was not in system32 folder , but it is where my winamp is installed.
Die datei winampa.exe befindet sich in C/Programme und lässt sich nicht löschen. Dieter Kittlauß

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