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Do I Trust Btwebcontrol.dll?

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#1 Janete


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Posted 30 May 2007 - 08:03 AM

I had a message from Macafee security centre that said it had found a change to my system registry and a "Generic Potentially Unwanted Programme" in the Startup. This turned out to be btwebcontrol.dll and I was then asked whether I wanted to trust it or not. I have no idea! I can't seem to find any info about it that makes sense to me but that may be because of lack of brainpower. My computer is very slow and I have defragged and deleted cookies, temporary Internet files etc. and there are no photos stored on it. Advice would be gratefully received!

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#2 mz30


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Posted 30 May 2007 - 12:24 PM

hi janete
welcome to b.c
from what i can gather btwebcontrol.dll is an undesireable object to have on your computer and could be the cause of your computer running slow i would advise you to start hereand follow the instuctions to the letter.you can skip steps one and two as you have already registered
good luck
hope my advice helps
mz30 :thumbsup:
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