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usrbridg.exe problem


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IndianBubble

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Hi,

I just upgraded my XP Home to SP2. I am facing a problem as everytime I boot I get an error message saying that usrbridg.exe has caused a problem.

Also my system has become slow after the upgrade to SP2.

Please if somebody could help.

Thanks

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Maybe you should post a malware log? Obliviously it is a .exe file and they can be very very dangerous! So yeah to be on the safe side post a HJT log in the Malware Removal Forum!

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You could look here

http://www.extendeds...1747F72378E5DEF

Process File: usrbridg.exe

Process Name: Extended Systems Infrared Virtual COM Port

Description: usrbridg.exe is a process belonging to the Extended Systems infrared port. This program is important for the stable and secure running of your computer and should not be terminated.
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Hi,

The site that you suggested was not much of a help. Maybe the solution is there but I am unable to locate it.

Please could you suggest something else.

Also my computer has been erratic. The CPU usage is shown as 100%. Could there be any other problem besides usrbridg.exe?

Warm regards,

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You should contact the tech support at extended systems to ask which file you need
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OK. I have already done that.

Thanks

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That should get you a working system quicker as they will know exactly what to do
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