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REALSC~.EXE PROBLEM


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rmaamary

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When I start my PC the CPU utilization goes 100% and stay there. I need to go to the task manager and kill the REALSC~.EXE program to fix the problem. What is he REALSC~.EXE is for?
Can I delete it?

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Roger
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Are you sure that REALSC~.EXE is right. Google can't find it (unusual).
Looks like it might be a Real Player file. If you have R.Player have a look for it there.
Again if so you can delete it but you will lose R.Player
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Sorry the files name is REALSC~1.EXE. It's located in
c:\windows\prefetch
Hope this help.
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It is a r.player file. You can safely delete prefetch files by going to - Start/Run. type in prefetch. A list will appear. Delete all or the one you want quite safely. When you next use r.player the file will return. But at least you should be able to see if your CPU usage goes down.
It may be that r.player has become corrupted & needs a delete and re-install.
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