What is this?

  lilliebet 20:22 18 Dec 03
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In recent days a file GMT.exe has started to perform illegal operations when I boot up slowing down the process. As I'm sure you all know, this is a GAIN Publishing file but what is GAIN and why do I have it? More importantly, can I chuck it or will it mess something up?

  MAJ 20:26 18 Dec 03

Download Adaware click here and run it, that should get rid of it for you. Also checkout msconfig and make sure it's not listed in there, if it is untick it's entry and reboot.

  The Potter 20:30 18 Dec 03

I believe GMT.exe is a file associated with the Gator form filler. I have it on my computer as it fills in address details, stores login details and so on. On my computer the GMT.exe. file is found in C:\Program Files\Common Files\GMT.

I'd say it is save to delete if you didn't download it deliberately - but as mentioned, I'm not an expert and it may be better to wait until someone with more knowledge comes to your rescue!

TP

  plsndrs3 20:32 18 Dec 03

Gain here:

click here

As Maj said, Adaware or Spybot Search & Destroy click here should remove it

Regards,

Paul

  obbit 20:37 18 Dec 03

lilliebet. sounds like spyware download the three programs below

if you have gator on your pc The Potter then you should download because you have spyware and adware.

ad-aware click here

spybot click here


and spywareblaster to stop all the nasties reinstalling click here

  lilliebet 19:26 19 Dec 03

thanks guys, as always you were right. Many thanks.

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