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Forum Thread: how to Get rid of Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control (isu...

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Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control 5.x

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TonyB. how to Get rid of Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control (isusweb.dll
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How do i remove these Please i have version 6 and that autostart i have tried all the tricks in the book even renaming it and nothing works it always repair itself . So what is the solution please? I look for version 5 in downloaded program files but that one is not there but secunia thinks it is ???? version 6 is the one auto repairing itself.

Maurice Joyce RE: how to Get rid of Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control (isusweb.dll
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What did you find using the Comd Prompt as per this thread?

https://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/14...

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TonyB. RE: how to Get rid of Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control (isusweb.dll
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what did i find nothing version 5 is not there at all not in the downloaded program files. and version 6 is here C:\ProgramData\Macrovision\FLEXnet Connect\6, but version 5 is not here were secunia says it is C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files, i have tried to rename version 6 it just fixes itself, i cant do anything with version 5 as it is not here at all.
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Maurice Joyce RE: how to Get rid of Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control (isusweb.dll
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What syntax did you use to try & find it using the Comd Prompt?

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TonyB. RE: how to Get rid of Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control (isusweb.dll
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i right clicked the entry in Secunia and went to the directory but nothing was in there at all the folder is empty. version 6 i did find but every time i rename it all it does is fix itself.
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TonyB. RE: how to Get rid of Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control (isusweb.dll
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OK i went to the command prompt and being familiar with Dos as i use to use it all the time, i went in the directory it says it is in and it's there i tried to rename it and when i did i rebooted , i went back in and it repaired itself went from .old to .dll all by itself i don't get it, but i guess i;m stuck wit it unless i find a way to remove them, has anyone found that?
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Maurice Joyce RE: how to Get rid of Macrovision Update Service ActiveX Control (isusweb.dll
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I will leave it . I nor any other helper can see your PC - unless you explain your actions we cannot advise.

What is required is the syntax you used and ideally a screen shot of the Downloaded Program File Directory from the Comd Prompt.

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