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how to remove ISUSPM.exe


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winalise

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hey,

I haven't seen any topics like that opened up and
I want to install it as it is kind of annoying to see it poping up for updates each time.

Please do help me if anybody knows how to uninstall it.

Cheers! :whistling:
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isuspm.exe is a process that belongs InstallShield from Macrovision. The process automatically checks for the latest updates online. By removing this process you will not get informed about the latest updates for InstallShield.

go to start, run and enter msconfig
Go to the start up tab and browse for isuspm.exe
If found deselect the check box next to it.
Reboot and see what happens. (you will get a popup about msconfig, just select the check box to not show again).
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winalise

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cool.
On the other hand, can I check what is this InstallShield from Macrovision used for?

There doesn't seem to have to program linked to it.
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Installshield is a software tool for creating installers or software packages. Used extensively in windows. Anything with the .msi file extension uses installshield.
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okay. I understand now.

Thanks for a million starjax!

**I've accidently deleted the EXE file.
Is there a way to restore it?

Edited by winalise, 20 August 2007 - 08:55 AM.

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what exe file? did you check the recycle bin?
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ya, I tried but it isn't there anymore.
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