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    WTF is TVTMD.EXE

    W T F is TVTMD.EXE?

    Cos I thought it was Thames Valley Trader (use it a lot) but its a program innit.

    Google it

    Not good dudes......this is at WORK, not at home!

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    apparently "TVTMD.EXE is part of MemoryMeter and known spyware. Tick fix in the box for TVTMD.EXE (May be TVMD.EXE on some older versions) "

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    get ad-aware from www.download.com - that should be able to clear it up

    there's some instructions here about one way of getting rid of it :

    http://boards.cexx.org/viewtopic.php?t=326&start=0

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    I used Startupcpl (another post here at Hexus) to help get the old PC running a bit quicker and noticed it.

    Couldnt delete it cos it was in use.

    So used Startupcpl to NOT use it...rebooted and deleted it.

    "Keep your pants on Dorris, there's a snake in the long grass "


    Quote Originally Posted by Advice Trinity by Knoxville
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    I use Spybot Search and Destroy instead of adaware - though both are supposed to be ok. Its amazing how much S*&t gets on your PC.

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