Was ist PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe?

PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe ist eine Windows EXE Datei. EXE ist die Abkürzung für executable file, zu deutsch ausführbare Datei. Diese kann auf Ihrem Computer Einstellungen ändern oder schlimmstenfalls auch Schaden anrichten. Dieses offene Datei Informationsforum hilft Ihnen, wenn Sie wissen möchten, ob die Datei unnötig oder sogar schädlich ist bzw. wie Sie PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe Fehler beseitigen oder die zugehörige PowerReg Scheduler Software deinstallieren.

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PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe Datei Info

Der Prozess PowerReg Scheduler gehört zur Software PowerReg Scheduler der Firma Leader Technologies (www.leader.com).

Charakteristik: PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe ist für Windows nicht notwendig und macht häufig Probleme. PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe befindet sich in einem Unterordner vom Profilordner des Benutzers oder manchmal in einem Unterordner von "C:\Programme". Bekannte Dateigrößen unter Windows 10/8/7/XP sind 225280 Bytes (98% aller Vorkommen) oder 299008 Bytes. http://www.file.net/prozess/powerreg%20scheduler%20v3.exe.html 
Das Programm hat ein sichtbares Fenster. Während des Windows Bootvorgangs wird dieser Prozess aktiviert (siehe Registry Schlüssel: User Shell Folders, MACHINE\User Shell Folders). Diese Datei ist keine Windows System Datei. PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe kann Eingaben aufzeichnen. Deshalb bewerten wir diese Datei zu 35% als gefährlich, aber vergleichen Sie diese Wertung mit den Mitglieder Meinungen.

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Mitglieder Bewertung

Computer became faster
Installed as I was installing Epson Printer (R300) software from CD that came with the printer
  Dennis Day  
Registration Reminder
  D Grove  
It collects information for Leader Technologies, and thus it is classified as non-harmful spyware. However, it crashes Windows (BSOD) because of interferance to certain Hardware Drive devices, such as DSL modems & certain CD/DVD-RW.
any program that gets into your computer without asking cannot be good, especially if it cannot be removed with the add/remove tool
Spybot said PowerReg is bad.(but it's not active[so i don't how bad it is])
This can also be removed through safe mode
it is malware it collects unknown information it also copies itself every time you try to disable it and any program that does that can not be good for your computer (including internet explroer)
  nic williams  
Modem Helper. Kinda harmless 'spyware'. But no harm from removing it. So..
It messed up my computor, Microsoft security scan Identified 6 threats asscociated with this programme, but could only uninstall a couple of them as 2 components were in the system restore. It may not be too bad when working normally, but when it goes wrong it really gooses your computor.
  barry hodkinson  
Latest version appears to hide from Spybot
came with Gothic 2, prevents you from running msconfig, so you cant remove it. I had to load a previous back-up but it reinstalled next time it ran.
Installed with PowerQuest Partion Magic, gathers and sends info on you to create a user profile, SPYWARE
too annoying, it shut down my computer even though I have spyware
My computor crashed because of this program, a malware check at the microsoft security site. rated it as a medium security risk, and found 5 other related files it tried to delete as malware. microsoft could not delete it as it was enbedded in system restore.
wow, dunno about some of you guys.. this file was installed when software was added to system for adding a dvd burner.
According to Leader Technologies, it is only a "Registration" program for whatever utility you have installed. For Example, if you install BOINC Climate Change Experiment software, you will be asked to Register. Leader Technologies insist this is a once only act, and lies dormant after registration. However, if you select to register later, it will place a shortcut in your Startup folder.
  Mark - UK   (weitere Info's)
its on my computer and registry booster test confirmd that it is dangerous
Installed from Gamespy Arcade
I have encountered this program as a result of a prank for restoring unwanted values to my registry, such as start page.
Part of 3COM modem software
  Mystery_Customer   (weitere Info's)
Installed with ZoneAlarm, spybot caught and killed most of it. Had to turn off system restore and delete all the restore points. Also had to activate "Clear virtual cache on shut down" to get rid of it. The damage it caused to my registry is going to take some time to fix.
  Theo, Network Security Consultant  
its a scheduler that comes with all sorts of programs; it shows a popup that says "Register Now" or somthing like that and collects info
Something strange about this executable. On my machine, the method of installation was to place the actual executable in the "C:\documents and Settings\ user name \Start Menu\Programs\Startup" directory rather than just placing a link there, and installing the executable somewhere else. This seems seriously suspicious to me, although I was able to delete the .exe file when I booted to safe mode. Conclusion: Extremely suspicious, but unknown quantity.
  Dave W  
My computer has been crashing randomly for sometime now. I'm pretty sure powerReg is the cause. I don't know how to get rid of it!
Came with Palm Outlook 2007 sync update. It imediatly caused a BSOD. How dare they put this crapola on my computer.
  Dan Feinberg  
It is a registration reminder and nothing else! It is hilarious to read some of the claims of damage; Hardware Driver compatability problems (lol), preventing MSCONFIG from running (rafl), shutting down a PC (lmfao)!!! Oh, hold on i take all that back - It just broke my coffee maker!
  Noddy Big Ears   (weitere Info's)
This is a scheduler that is placed in your startup flolder when you opt to not register the software you just installed on your system and its a timed module that will reopen after a certain amount of time and or certain amount of times you open your program and the it will ask you if you want to register your software. The only information it collects is the data you type into it and and program uses data. I personaly don't like it and it just started showing up on my start menu after installing software and I beleive it is a part of Micosoft security to see who's stealing or shareing softwa. it comes with the OS disk and pops up when you opt to register your OS install at a later time, So it is better to go ahead and register your OS new or reinstall, upgrade or full, thus this elimanates this pesky little executable, else you do experence the problems listed in the other coments as I have and it doe's come from Microsoft.
  Dusty Ecaliber  
windows defender says Potentially unwanted
So does any one know how bad this file really is or is it just a file that get puts on for differnt programs, I got it when I installed enter the matrix. my windows defender says its a medium alert level, but as far as I can see my computer is running just fine. all my programs works.
  Nick G  
windows defender had no problem removing it
Microsoft identified it as a 'medium threat' but has no fix for it.
The problem occurred right after I installed Norton Security Suite and appears inC:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Norton\{0C55C096-0F1D-4F28-AAA2-85EF591126E7}\Norton\QuickStart\S-1-5-21-3628239739-2030820766-350057258-1006FolderForUser. Seems to be a Norton executable.
Installation reminder - you people are boofheads....
  mind your own business  
My computer suddenly "shuts down" aka the screen turns black for no particular reason, I just happened to see this program in Msconfig and googled it as I didn't know what it was. Seems like others with this has had the same problem.
When I turned my computer on today AVG caught it as malware and said it was dangerous and unwanted and moved it to my virus vault. I don't know how it got on my computer. I don't have any room to put any new software into it so it didn't come from that. Last night my son and I were researching Michael Jordan to write a report. That is the last thing we did on the computer. The only thing that I can think of is that it came from one of the websites I clicked on to get info for the report.
Avg 2011 Free had no problem removing it.
My Powerreg Schedular V3.exe came from a game I installed, and the uninstalled. AVG Antivirus caught it this morning and I sent it to the vault, and AVG deleted it from C\. The registry value is above, and until it is removed, it will survive startup.
i think, therefore i compute SuperAntiSpyware considers it a threat


Zusammenfassung: Durchschnittliche Bewertung von PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe: basierend auf 36 Bewertungen mit 39 Kommentaren. 5 Mitglieder halten PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe notwendig für Windows bzw. für eine installierte Software. 3 Mitglieder halten es für ungefährlich. 5 Mitglieder halten es weder für wichtig noch für gefährlich. 9 Mitglieder vermuten Gefahr. 14 Mitglieder halten es für schädlich und empfehlen, PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe zu deinstallieren. 7 Mitglieder gaben kein Urteil ab ("bin nicht sicher").

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Ein aufgeräumter Computer ist die beste Voraussetzung, um PowerReg Scheduler V3 Probleme zu vermeiden. Hierzu sollten Sie einen Malware-Scan durchführen, Ihre Festplatte aufräumen (mit 1cleanmgr und 2sfc /scannow), nicht mehr benötigte 3Programme deinstallieren, Autostart Programme überprüfen (mittels 4msconfig) und 5Windows Updates automatisch installieren. Denken Sie immer daran ein Backup oder zumindest einen Wiederherstellungspunkt zu erstellen.

Bei einem konkreten Problem überlegen Sie bitte, was Sie als letztes getan bzw. installiert haben, bevor das Problem das erste Mal auftrat. Nutzen Sie den Befehl 6resmon, um diejenigen Prozesse zu ermitteln, die Ihr Problem verursachen. Selbst bei schwerwiegenden Problemen sollten Sie anstatt einer Windows-Neuinstallation lieber eine Reparaturinstallation oder ab Windows 8 den Befehl 7DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth ausführen. Damit wird das Betriebssystem ohne Datenverlust repariert.

Zur weiteren Analyse haben sich folgende Programme als nützlich herausgestellt: Der ASecurity Task Manager untersucht den aktiven PowerReg Scheduler V3 Prozess auf Ihrem Computer und zeigt anschaulich was der Prozess macht. Das bekannte Tool BMalwarebytes Anti-Malware sagt Ihnen, ob die Datei PowerReg Scheduler V3.exe auf Ihrem PC lästige Werbung einblendet und so Ihren PC ausbremst. Solche unerwünschten Adware Programme werden oft von einer Antivirus Software nicht als Virus eingestuft und deshalb nicht erkannt.

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