Tried downloading poi verifier to my PC but got error message DFSVC.EXE HAS ENCOUNTERED A PROBLEM.
Anyone has any idea what's wrong.
I loaded on my laptop with no problem.
Want to purchase program if I can get it to work on my PC.
dfsvc.exe - Dangerous
Dfsvc.exe is W32/Myfip.worm.
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Just a side note: Rest assured, there is no virus in 'POI Verifier'. It was checked, and rechecked, with an up-to-date anti-virus program before posting. auggie seems to have it covered.
Are these programs the same as the KASPERSKY Security I have now are they different.
All these (viruse, spyware ect.) programs drive me nuts trying to figure them out.
I just installed this new (KASPERSKY) one Monday.
If they are differant then does that mean I have to buy more programs to be able to download POI Verifier?
I looked on my laptop and the dfsvc.exe file is there and it loaded POI Verifier on to the laptop.
Hmmm go figure!
Malware can camouflage themselves as dfsvc.exe, but it is also a legitimate component of Microsoft's NET Framework. The legitimate install path should be:
and it's size is *usually* 5,120 bytes.
1) Check your installation path & file size to see if looks legitimate.
2) Upload a copy of DFSVC.EXE to http://www.virustotal.com/ to scan with 30+ AV engines for more opinions.
3) Anti-virus engines aren't necessarily the best scanners for all malware...download, install, and run a full system scan of your machine with the free version of SuperAntiSpyware http://superantispyware.com/. It's one of the best in the malware market. Allow it to clean any infections it may find.
Are you noticing any odd behavior on your machine, such as your firewall asking for outbound permission from unknown processes, your homepage being changed, sluggish behavior, etc? These are good indicators of an infection.
If all the above looks good, you could have a broken .NET Framework installation. Do you have the latest service packs installed for .NET?...if not, get them updated to the latest version. If that doesn't solve your problem, consider uninstalling & reinstalling the latest .NET Framework.
Lastly, try installing POI Verifier in Safe Mode.
This isn't the appropriate forum for troubleshooting Windows problems, so I'll stop here. I just tried to give you some guidelines to follow. The problem is on your end, as POI Verifier is definately clean.
Thanks for all the help you all.
Got it downloaded.
Had to reload .NET Framework
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