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NIHLSP.dll located in My Documents


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The_Lantern

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Have one question, where is NIHLSP.dll supposed to be located? I find that NIHLSP.dll file is located in my Documents. Have no Idea how it ended up there. Is there a fix for this?

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Temporarily move it to another folder. If something starts pitching a fit, move it back. If nothing bad happens for say a month or so, delete it.
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File details of most used file with name "nihlsp.dll"
Product: NetIntelligence
Company: iomart Ltd
Description: NetIntelligence LSP
Version: 4.1.6.48
MD5: bb025a230ad1ee582017795f85a7b9ca
SHA1: 9e1e8cda3ed01f967025b36b71ddba8f0b668c31
SHA256: 2fedb756eb4944096483b4969d39d4457535fa77af94ac39b3417fc3748d2bd0
Size: 75120
Directory: C:\Windows\System32
Operating System: Windows 7
Discovered: June 4, 2011
Occurence: Low oc0
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Hi thanks for the help :)

One thing to mention, this file doesn't come up if a search is done for it in the start menu search programs and files on other computers running windows 7 same as mine.


Is it safe deleting it then?
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Move it into any other folder, or rename it, and leave it that way for a few weeks. If nothing bad happens, you can then delete it.
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