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K. Prophett

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i dont know where these processes came from and i dont know exactly what they are. if it is spyware i will redirect my question to the correct section.

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File: ~e5d141.tmp
Name: Cleanup
Product: Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup
Company: Macrovision Europe Ltd.

On the Windows 2000/XP operating system the license manager is installed as a manually started, LocalSystem service named “Macromedia Licensing Service”. An additional process related to the license manager is called “~e5d141.tmp”. Two instances of this process are present when a Macromedia application is running.
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