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How to fix ADGJDet.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your ADGJDet process
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3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: Creative JetDetect for Headphones
Product: HdPhDetector Application
Company: Creative (creative.com)
A background process from Creative, this application starts with Windows and automatically detects when a set of headphones is plugged in. When headphones are detected, the volume controls instantly switch to headphone mode. Settings from the last time headphones were plugged in are saved and loaded. Headquartered in Singapore, Creative Technology was founded in 1981.
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Average user rating of ADGJDet.exe: based on 18 votes. Read also the 14 reviews.
257 users ask for this file. 13 users rated it as not dangerous. 2 users rated it as not so dangerous. One user rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as dangerous. One user didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about ADGJDet.exe:|
|Its the quick start for staroffice Darrin|
|Part of SB Live Package Tatwaffe|
|Creative JetDetect to detect any headphone plug into the plug and play. Kev|
|Part of SB Live Package|
|Added as the result of installing an SoundBlaster Live or Audigy soundcards. Detects if a something has been plugged into the soundcard, such as a head-phone. Ebula|
|Detects if a Audio plug has been plugged into the soundcard jack 1 or 2. Troop|
|its from ''Creative Technoligy'' audio related Dobberman|
|seems to be part of a device driver. doesn't to have monitoring/logging ability of any kind -Justin Flick|
|audigy program which detects changes in ports, e.g. 1/4" Stereo jack input or other devices See also: Link Darren|
|it checks drivers and sets pci spot for soundblaster live, not needed in 99% of win 200 and xp users See also: Link|
|As before, this process is of no real use and can be safely disabled without any impact on sound output. MolotovMonkey|
|Part of SB Live! software, it loads when using the 'Optimize 3-D effects' option in AudioHQ device controls. Roberto|
|It tied up my internet connection badly. Once I disable it in the msconfig boot-up menu, problem went away. Always, always, keep track of your msconfig 'start on boot-up programs' that are normally enabled. Bob Edwards|
|Soundcard software - I installed it with sound card|
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