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Windows Adobe Gamma Loader Problem beheben


Adobe Gamma Loader.exe ist eine ausführbare Datei (auch Programmdatei) für Windows. Die Dateiendung .exe ist eine Abkürzung für executable (ausführbar). Sie sollten nur ausführbare Dateien von vertrauenswürdigen Herausgebern starten, da diese auf Ihrem Computer Einstellunge ändern oder Schaden anrichten können. Dieses offene Datei Informationsforum hilft Ihnen, wenn Sie mehr über diese Datei wissen möchten, oder wenn Sie Adobe Gamma Loader.exe Fehler entfernen oder die zugehörige Software und damit auch Adobe Gamma Loader.exe deinstallieren möchten.

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Adobe Gamma Loader.exe Datei Info

Der Prozess Calibration Manager gehört zur Software Adobe Systems, Inc. Adobe Gamma Loader oder AdobeMANAGER oder Project1 der Firma Adobe Systems (www.adobe.com) oder Adobe (www.adobe.com).

Charakteristik: Adobe Gamma Loader.exe befindet sich in einem Unterordner von "C:\Program Files\Common Files". Bekannte Dateigrößen unter Windows 7/XP sind 113664 Bytes (75% aller Vorkommen), 110592 Bytes und 10 weitere Varianten. http://www.file.net/prozess/adobe gamma loader.exe.html 
Das Programm hat ein sichtbares Fenster. Der Prozess wird automatisch beim Windows-Start aufgerufen (siehe Registry Schlüssel: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders). Die Datei Adobe Gamma Loader.exe ist keine Windows System Datei. Deshalb bewerten wir diese Datei zu 19% als gefährlich, aber vergleichen Sie diese Wertung mit den Mitglieder Meinungen.
Wenn Probleme mit Adobe Gamma Loader.exe auftreten, so können Sie auch Folgendes tun:

  • sich an den Software-Hersteller Adobe wenden
  • überprüfen ob Sie die aktuelle Version installiert haben
  • das dazugehörige Programm deinstallieren (Start > Systemsteuerung > Software > Adobe Photoshop oder Adobe Common File Installer)

Empfehlung: Finden Sie die Ursache von Adobe Gamma Loader.exe Fehlern .

Sollte sich Adobe Gamma Loader.exe in einem Unterordner von "C:\Documents and Settings" befinden, dann ist diese zu 65% gefährlich. Dateigröße ist 20480 Bytes (52% aller Vorkommen) oder 24576 Bytes. Während des Windows Bootvorgangs wird dieser Prozess aktiviert (siehe Registry Schlüssel: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders). Die Datei Adobe Gamma Loader.exe wird vom Betriebssystem Windows nicht benötigt. Das Programm ist nicht sichtbar. Die Anwendung öffnet einen Port, um eine LAN bzw. Internet Verbindung aufzubauen. Es gibt kein Datei Impressum.

Sollte sich Adobe Gamma Loader.exe in einem Unterordner vom "My Files" Ordner befinden, dann ist diese zu 66% gefährlich. Dateigröße ist 24576 Bytes. Das Programm ist nicht sichtbar. Während des Windows Bootvorgangs wird dieser Prozess aktiviert (siehe Registry Schlüssel: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders). Diese Datei ist keine Windows System Datei. Die Anwendung stellt auf einem Port eine Verbindung zum LAN oder Internet her.

Sollte sich Adobe Gamma Loader.exe in einem Unterordner von "C:\Program Files" befinden, dann ist diese zu 22% gefährlich. Dateigröße ist 98304 Bytes.

Externe Information von Paul Collins:

  • "Adobe Gamma Loader" kann beim Windows Start mit starten. Adjusts monitor colours across all programs, including Photoshop. It is needed by some graphics professionals who want their monitor calibrated. Most home users will not need it. In my case I can verify this as Photoshop loads fine

Hinweis: Viren und andere schädliche Dateien können sich als Adobe Gamma Loader.exe tarnen, z.B. Trojan-Clicker.Win32.VB.la (entdeckt von Kaspersky), und Downloader (entdeckt von Symantec). Insbesondere, wenn sich die Datei in C:\Windows oder im C:\Windows\System32 Ordner befindet. Möchten Sie die Sicherheit Ihres PCs überprüfen, so empfehlen wir Ihnen die Software Security Task Manager.



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Mitglieder Bewertung

Gamma Control wird beim Systemstart über die Autostart-Gruppe einmal aufgerufen, um die Einstellungen zu laden. Verwendet zur Anzeigekorrektur/Kalibrierung eines Monitors
  CAINAM.de  
photoshop process, no dangerous
  kindlyss  
As mentioned before, it is a program for calibrating your monitor using ICC profiles. See Document 321608 on Adobe Support Knowledgebase (the link below) on how to remove it and what impact it may have on your system.
  Holger Levy   (weitere Info's)
This is a very useful util put out by Adobe which allows you to create a customized ICC profile for your monitor so you can edit pictures with acurate colors. You would only have it on your computer if you have purchased the full version of Adobe Photochop, there is a control panel aplet that allows you to manipulate it
  Dion   (weitere Info's)
There is a program that's written in VB6 and goes by this name. It is installed by crack-inf.exe that is found in some zip files containing cracks. It installs itself in the startup folder and is not currently detected by Symantec Antivirus or Adaware. The program itself tries to access a PHP file from nexoa.com. A desktop firewall should alert you to its activities. It appears to be very recent (feb 2006).
  Dave  
I Deleted it because a) I don't have photoshop installed, and it wasn't where Adobe said it should be (actual executable was in a user Start Menu Startup folder) - therefore might have been an impostor!
  Andrew Hicks  
Watch your screen while startup. You might notice a slight change of the colors while windows starts up. This is the gamma loader adjusting the color setting according to the display it recognizes. As this is finished at once, this process probably does not waste system resources. I kept it.
  Pete  
photoshopphoz van faszfejek
  patye   (weitere Info's)
Found it on my PC one day out of nowhere, as in I never installed an Adobe product! My "open source" PDF reader, image editor, etc. were installed months ago long before this process started. Could this AdobeLoader be packaged with other software, like Trillian or Flashgot? Because my Firewall says Loader's calibration manager is transmitting to the 'net, and I hear lots of backround browser clicking. :( HELP!
  Andrew  
I had this program in my ...Start Menu\Programs\Startup and Eset NOD32 (definitions updated 5-24-2006) detected it as a Win32/VB.AMI trojan. Apparently the trojan was named Adobe Gamma Loader so as to look like an innocent startup program. Now that doesn't mean the Adobe Gamma Loader on your computer is a trojan. If you have Adobe Photoshop installed on your computer, then it probably isn't. But there is no way anyone here can tell you for sure whether the Adobe Gamma Loader.exe on YOUR computer is a virus or just the non-harmful program by Adobe so only a recent virus scan can tell you that.
  JohnSmiley   (weitere Info's)
Adobe Gamma Loader. EXE is a TROJAN. It resides in the startup folder of Windows. The real Adobe Gamma Loader is actually a link, not an EXE file. If it is the EXE file, it is a Trojan using Adobe's name to avert attention. This Trojan causes advertisement popups. It can be disabled by simply deleting it.
  WebmanX  
Definitiv ein von mir nicht installiertes Programm
   
There is a new variant of Project1 virus that installs on your hard drive using the file name "Adobe Gamma Loader.exe" and shows up as "Adobe Gamma Loa" in processes, and as "Project1" in task manager applicaitons.
  yomomma  
I know that it is used to calibrate something. Mine however, was being used to run the project1 virus and somehow screwed with my sound card. The sound would constantly not work, and often after I had ended the project1.exe program,and re-installed my sound card drivers, it would work again. But I would have to do that everytime I started my computer. I deleted the Adobe Gamma Loader file, and now I have no more project1 and my sound works. You tell me if its not a dangerous program.
  lumiveanima117  
Yes there is a version out there that is spyware, mine was located in the startup folder in the start menu. The actual EXE has the generic VB icon and is around 20K. If you have your sound up, the default IE "click" sound will occur even when you have no IE window open.
  Andy  
There is a spyware how there that is named just the same as this file, it's not very dangerous but it seems to call http requests. If the file is about under about 30k, then it is probably the spyware, especially if you notice it without having photoshop installed or any other adobe product other than Acrobate Reader.
  Rambo  
I know it loaded a process called "project1", which stopped responding and halted some applications I tried to run. I didn't find any danger in it, but no real purpose for it either. PS- I do NOT have photoshop or any Adobe photo software on my system
  Rob  
I don't have Photoshop installed on my PC, but this exe keeps executing everytime i start up windows. I have ZoneAlarm and the alert message says Project1 is trying to access the trusted zone. It's very strange to me.
  Pablo  
Normally, AGL is a helpful little tool belonging to Photoshop. HOWEVER, there most certainly *is* a virus (associated with Nexoa.com) using the Adobe Gamma Loader.exe name which stores the actual executable file in your StartUp folder. You can and SHOULD stop this program from running, permanently delete it off your machine, run your anti-spyware software, and scan for viruses. Reboot. (Note: If you do happen to be one of the few infected persons who actually has Photoshop installed, so a search for Adobe Gamma Loader and you'll quickly see you've got one that's legit and one that ain't.)
  PhotoshopKing  
It is a masked trojan that starts in your startup file. It relates to the "Project1" trojan which is a Remote Admin Terminal. easest way at the moment to tell if it is or not. start the "Adobe Gamma Loader from your start menue and then look in your proc. window under whats running and you will most likely find "Project1" running... they are related
  Charles  
Found a file named Adobe Gamma Loader.exe in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users.WINDOWS\Start Menu\Programs\Startup that had overwritten my Adobe Gamma Loader -shortcut. The file was a VB6 Project and everytime it ran, there was a Project1.exe and Adobe Gamma Loader.exe in task manager. Tried to make contact with nexoa.com.
  AJ  
If I understand correctly, then if "Adobe Gamma Loader.exe" appears in the processes list on the windows task manager and there is a "project1" in the applications list, (use alt+control+delete), this is just adware attempting to disguise itself. You can get rid of it by deleting "Adobe Gamma Loader.exe" in the windows startup folder. It is not a shortcut, it's just a plain EXE sitting in the startup folder. It comes with cracks. If it's not project1, then this is just a program used for the video output to compensate for CRTs and sRGB-adjusted LCD monitors (to have linear colour output)
  Andrew  
It was placed in my startup menu items after running a shady executable. I know for a fact the one I had was not the photoshop executable, but I deleted it before I could see what kind of damage it did.
  Fraser  
The legit version of Adobe Gamma Loader.exe is useful and definitely a keeper. The real version lives in the "Program Files/Common Files/Adobe/Calibration" folder (from the adobe website http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/321608.html). There is a Trojan version of the file with the same name. It hijacks IE and visits the websites www.nexoa.com, www.bitamo.com and www.xitamo.com amongst others (including porn sites). Some people will actually see these sites in thier IE history while others will just notice inexplicable audible IE "clicks" even when they are not using thier browser. When I e
  qualal  
Malware often uses legitimate filenames to make you feel comfortable about them being there. Use good protection SW that quarantines any suspect items so that if it is OK you can restore it. Better to get rid of it than leave it just because it "looks" ok.
  Large Portions  
As for any process and exe file, it might be the legitimate one or a forgery, reason why I marked it as "neutral". To state whether it is good or evil is simply a matter of common sense and history of your computer. Note that the legitimate Adobe Gamma Loader is for calibrating a screen, to get better reproduction of colors. It uses to self install upon installation of some Adobe products as Photoshop, and to place a shortcut in the startup menu. The default target should be "C:\Program Files\Fichiers communs\Adobe\Calibration\Adobe Gamma Loader.exe" (to be continued)
  XonXoff  
If you have Adobe Photoshop installed and "Adobe Gamma" in your Control Panel, try it. It might help you to get a calibrated screen. If it does'nt make any difference, just remove it from your startup folder. If you don't have Photoshop or Acrobat it is a trojan
  Olle Sandgren  
That's true. There's the program from Adobe, which comes installed with Adobe Photoshop (which is a harmless colour correcter), and then there's the trojan program, which connects to sites, including porn ones. You can usually tell which one it is by looking at its location in the "Startup" folder. If it's anything other than something related to Adobe, I'd say delete it from startup and scan your system with your Anti-Virus/Spyware programs.
  Ss  
There is two variations. One that eat up memory and opens backdoors on your computers for viruses (trojan). And there is one Gamma Loader from Adobe. Did your computer run well before you had it? If it did, then you can certeinly delete it from your startup folder. You might aswell lookup where the shortcut is going to. Right-click, properties and the file path. If it's not Adobe/Photoshop directory, beware!
  Antivirus Mike  
Beim Installieren von Photoshop 7.0 wurde die Adobe Gamma Loader.exe im Autostart eingebunden. Anhand der Zieladresse habe ich gesehen, dass diese für die Monitor Kalibrierung ist. ("C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Calibration\Adobe Gamma Loader.exe")
  Thomsen  
Mir wurde von Spyder4Pro (Datacolor) gesagt, ich solle AdobeGamma vor einer Farbmanagement des Monitors AdobeGamma deinstallieren, weil es die Ergebnisse verfäschen würde.
  Michael Puelz  
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Zusammenfassung: Durchschnittliche Bewertung von Adobe Gamma Loader.exe: basierend auf 82 Bewertungen mit 32 Kommentaren.
32 Mitglieder halten Adobe Gamma Loader.exe notwendig für Windows bzw. für eine installierte Software. 3 Mitglieder halten es für ungefährlich. 14 Mitglieder halten es weder für wichtig noch für gefährlich. 13 Mitglieder vermuten Gefahr. 20 Mitglieder halten es für schädlich und empfehlen, Adobe Gamma Loader.exe zu deinstallieren. 7 Mitglieder gaben kein Urteil ab ("bin nicht sicher").


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