Was ist ISUSPM.exe?

ISUSPM.exe ist eine Windows EXE Datei. EXE ist die Abkürzung für executable file, zu deutsch ausführbare Datei. Diese kann auf Ihrem Computer Einstellungen ändern oder schlimmstenfalls auch Schaden anrichten. Dieses offene Datei Informationsforum hilft Ihnen, wenn Sie wissen möchten, ob die Datei unnötig oder sogar schädlich ist bzw. wie Sie ISUSPM.exe Fehler beseitigen oder die zugehörige InstallShield Update Manager Software deinstallieren.

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ISUSPM.exe Datei Info

Windows Task-Manager mit ISUSPM
Der ISUSPM Prozess im Windows Task-Manager

Der Prozess InstallShield Update Service Update Manager oder Macrovision Software Manager oder Acresso Software Manager oder Macrovision FLEXnet Connect Software Manager oder FLEXnet Connect Software Manager oder Macrovision Update Service Update Manager oder Common Software Manager oder Macrovision FLEXnet Connect Update Manager

gehört zur Software InstallShield Update Service oder Software Manager oder Roxio Media Manager oder Macrovision FLEXnet Connect oder Acresso Software oder Wal-Mart Music Downloads Store oder Vodafone Mobile Connect Lite oder Nuance PaperPort (Version 12, 14) oder Dragon NaturallySpeaking (Version 11, 12) oder Macrovision Update Service oder Roxio Update Manager

der Firma Macrovision (www.macrovision.com) oder InstallShield Software (www.installshield.com) oder Acresso oder Flexera Software oder InterVideo (www.intervideo.com) oder Acresso Software (www.flexerasoftware.com).

Charakteristik: ISUSPM.exe ist für Windows nicht notwendig und macht häufig Probleme. ISUSPM.exe befindet sich in einem Unterordner von "C:\Program Files\Common Files" - vorwiegend C:\Program Files\Common Files\installshield\updateservice\. Bekannte Dateigrößen unter Windows 8/7/XP sind 221184 Bytes (26% aller Vorkommen), 218032 Bytes und 16 weitere Varianten. http://www.file.net/prozess/isuspm.exe.html 
Sie ist keine Datei, die vom Windows System unbedingt benötigt wird. Der Prozess startet wenn Windows startet (siehe Registry Schlüssel: MACHINE\Run, Run, DEFAULT\Run, RunOnce). Sie hat eine digitale Signatur. Das Programm ist nicht sichtbar. Deshalb bewerten wir diese Datei zu 30% als gefährlich, aber vergleichen Sie diese Wertung mit den Mitglieder Meinungen.
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Mitglieder Bewertung

software updater
  Leo Jr   (weitere Info's)
Nusence file
Installshield Update Services. It is kind of buggy, doesnt always recognize what you have installed. It doesnt get uninstalled when you uninstall the installshield product or a product that uses installshield update service technology. Use the link for the uninstaller
Weg damit, braucht keiner! Ist eine Install Schnellstart Anwendung.
ISUSPM.exe installed on my computer with the Paperport program. If you run it and click on the menu to see what programs it is checking for (Advanced) then you will likely see the program it came with provided it came onto your computer legitimately. You can also disable it to run at start up from the menu.
  steve blomme  
Mine seems to have come with a Quick Time/iTunes update. It asked if I wanted automatic update checking. That must be what did it. Everytime I log in it tries to run, but tries to find a nonexistent ISUS.msi file. Only way to get rid of it is to force an End Task on the process from Windows Task Manager.
  dp Bethesda  
Process belongs to Macrovision, a company that is in the business of illegal copy prevention. Apparently it interpret a certain "digital pulse signal" that is included on some DVDs (and other media) as part of an 'anti-piracy' prevention initiative. Not necessary and weather disabled or enabled, doesn't seem to make ANY difference to PC operation in the slightest. (link to CNet article on the Microsoft/Macrovision agreement: tinyurl.com34mj39)
  Kel   (weitere Info's)
This is the background check application for the InstallShield Update Service. It polls the servers to check for updates to other installed applications that ship with ISUS as part of the install. Applications that use it install it silently without any warning to you, so that's why it seems to suddenly appear. It can be removed but only via a 100% manual process that requires first killing the ISUSPM.exe and AGENT.exe processes, then cleaning the registry and Program Files\Common Files\InstallShield\UpdateService folders.
macrovision corporation spyware
Is also installed w/Sonic RecordNow. If you use the uninstaller available on the internet, it will break RecordNow. Is really a nuisance. Even if you turn it off in control panels it will still come up occasionally. Am currently researching a way to disable it in the registry. If anyone already knows how to do this, please post.
Ich weiß nur, dass der Computer immer wieder hochfährt, obwohl er ausgeschaltet wird und beim Hochfahren verlangte er ISUSPM.exe, die er nicht finden kann.
This excuse for software loaded itself with a legitimate product and provides no uninstall. It is a complete waste of time and is positively harmful in this instance where it has located itself on a workstation which is part of a 10,000+ international workstation network. It is just a valueless piece of annoying junk.
  Roy V Wilkes  
My computer was running really slow, and agent.exe was using up most of my processing, and would restart if I ended it. ISUSPM was also running. When I ended ISUSPM, agent.exe also stopped and neither came back. Now my computer is fast again.
Macrovision technology is to defeat copying, so while this is sold as an "updater" it most likely is part of a copy protection scheme to validate software and disable improper copies. Is uses system resources, and gets installed without your knowledge, so therefore I consider it dangerous
  Rob R  
It's annoying. It interacted with Photoshop CS3 and drove CPU usage to 100%, effectively disabling the computer. Had to use "End Process" from Task Manager to stop it. I finally disabled it in the Startup Menu
Unnötiger Makrovision-Mist. Offizielles Uninstalltool im Link
  Tomato   (weitere Info's)
InstallShield creates installation tools that thousands of software vendors use to distribute software to you, their customers. About 80% of the Windows installations built in the world are built with InstallShield software, so most of the applications you install on your home computer use an InstallShield product.
  CraigP   (weitere Info's)
My version constantly opens Windows Installer in the middle of everything, forcing you to keep the Task Manager open to end the process. More annoying than anything threatening. Assuming it is actually malware, because it tries to open Corel Photo Album, and Dell Online Data Safe, and makes the computer behave in a way it is not supposed to.
Zwingt älter Maschinen in die Knie. Schaut unter Systemsteuerung /Program Updates welche Programme unterstützt werden. Wenn ihr dazu keine automatischen Updates braucht: löschen. In 99% aller Fälle ein unnötiger Service.
It seems to own my computer. I am forced to share time with it as it slows down operations and when terminated in Task Manager it restarts in about 5 minutes. The fan kicks up and the watts used for ISUSPM ar not worth what ever it is trying to do.
  Phil H  
Intrusive software. Does not inform you of its install as part of the installer for whatever it is packed with (in my case, Roxio Media Creator 9). No uninstaller provided. Slimey software that is developed and distributed by an organization that does not care about its end users. As it is an update manager, it is ironic that the software is designed in such a a way that prevents dilligent users from configuring their machines to their liking.
It installs itself sneakily and can't be removed. I'd call it malware. All it does in my case is frequently try and check for updates _to itself_. That's the only thing it has listed as 'things to check for updates for', as I uninstalled the one other application it updated (mode setting utility for a monitor I no longer use). Very annoying.
It is an ennoying executer, in fact, as others have confirmed above (thank you!), installed by the Blackberry desktop using the Roxio Media Manager. As the Blackberry desktop is a crap-interface, I must say I inherited this ennoying pop up with my Blackberry. The ISUSPM.EXE is trying to update the Roxia Media Manager but does not find the updates nor can it gather the info from my PC. A Nightmare. Is now searching for help tp uninstall nad in this process I came to this site. Regards
  JSN   (weitere Info's)
it slowed down my computer so much i couldnt do anything, i felt like i was using a 386 on a dial up connection. Goddamn thing! i had to search out all isuspm files and delete them. i think i am rid of it. I do have blackberry desktop but i really dont even know how or why it just appeared one day. Who ever designed this should rot in hell, i dont know how he sleeps at night.
  F'in Victim  
NOT essential for Windows, eats memory & CPU recources. May interact with other programs (My case it was Acrobat) The program itself ISUSPM.exe installed itself with Blackberry Desktop Manager as part of Roxio media crap as noted it is a Macrovision installshield update program and as you can see it's a big pain find to get rid of.
This file coupled with agent.exe are part of Macrovision update software, now Flexera Software. It is essential to have these files so that windows will get history of windows updates AND updates of other programs automatically. That said, these files are a pain in the cpu, causing my CPU to run at 60-70%. When I need capacity, I disable only ISUSPM.exe by quitting the process in windows task manager XP. CPU utilization drops to less than 5%.
  Tippy -- layman's experience-  
A rather nasty addition I got off of an adult game. It was installed to C:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallShield\UpdateService\. When it was run, it would shut down a number of my startup processes (including drivers run by executables & my virus protections) and delete them as startup entries. It would also create a startup entry for itself after shutting down your defenses. The only way to get those startup entries back on the computer was to shutdown isuspm.exe, uninstall & reinstall each program.
Dieser Prozess stellt Schnellzugriff auf Updatedienste bereit. Dies ist jedoch in sehr vielen Fällen unnötig. Mit der msconfig.exe kann der Eintrag aus dem Autostart entfernt werden.
Blackberry installs it.. It's Roxio Media Mananger which manages Roxio Hard Drive Watcher 9. I went to C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ISUSPM.cpl and right clicked it, then deleted it. Wikipedia - Malware (also: scumware), short for malicious software, is software designed to secretly access a computer system without the owner's informed consent.
ein echtes Müll-Programm - nehmen und in die Tonne damit, stört nur
Hat mir Blue-screen absturz veruhrsacht
Fehlermeldung Installshield im Eimer Adobe Producte im Eimer


Zusammenfassung: Durchschnittliche Bewertung von ISUSPM.exe: basierend auf 136 Bewertungen mit 34 Kommentaren. 18 Mitglieder halten ISUSPM.exe notwendig für Windows bzw. für eine installierte Software. 2 Mitglieder halten es für ungefährlich. 51 Mitglieder halten es weder für wichtig noch für gefährlich. 42 Mitglieder vermuten Gefahr. 23 Mitglieder halten es für schädlich und empfehlen, ISUSPM.exe zu deinstallieren. 15 Mitglieder gaben kein Urteil ab ("bin nicht sicher").

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