System Restore is enabled by default and contains registry configuration, settings and files that are necessary for your computer to run correctly. What's New? The Mount Manager assigns drive letters for dynamic disk volumes and for basic disk volumes that are created after the operating system starts. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
All rights reserved. It is part of Windows XP SP2 and related to System Restore and is not malware. How do I "read out" the vertex names on this graph? Your cache administrator is webmaster. http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?224519-MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase
This is not part of the READ & RUN ME requires steps. On drives or partitions that are not monitored by System Restore, this folder will be very small in size or completely empty, unless Encrypting File System is in use or the Should it cause these kind of problems?Click to expand...
What is the best way to say “gentle reminder” in German? The reason it might/should work is because Windows (and MS-DOS) do not allow a file and a directory to have identical names (within the same directory). You can only upload a photo or a video. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
Jim WIN7 Ultimate SP1 64bit, IE 11, NTFS, cable, MS Security Essentials, Windows 7 firewall Reply With Quote September 27th, 2007,06:59 AM #2 SpywareDr View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Looking at the "Basic computer maintenance everyone should do" section. I don't understand why it needs to be created if the drives are normal, or, why it is only in SP2, as dynamics disks have been around since Win2k (I think) Trending Now Keshia Pulliam Ellen DeGeneres Ruth Negga George Soros Honda Civic Credit Cards Sherri Shepherd Ford Escape Hilary Duff Lucie Safarova Answers Relevance Rating Newest Oldest Best Answer: The Mount
You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Join Date Jun 2001 Location Albuquerque, NM USA Posts 14,686 Spyware Dr--Thanks for the suggestion. Every time they have stopped or hung on this file, C:\System Volume Information\MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase What is it and can it just be deleted? Join Date Jun 2001 Location Albuquerque, NM USA Posts 14,686 MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase is a file in Windows\System Volume Information (a hidden folder).
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- In my experience, after deleting the MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase file it is reinstalled upon a reboot.
You should not be tampering with this folder. Source It is not a virus/trojan or other malware. Jim WIN7 Ultimate SP1 64bit, IE 11, NTFS, cable, MS Security Essentials, Windows 7 firewall Reply With Quote September 28th, 2007,06:23 AM #4 SpywareDr View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Leepy Lee Private E-2 Can anyone tell me what this file is all about?
More questions $RECYCLE.BIN AND SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION FOLDERS? In my experience, after deleting the MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase file it is reinstalled upon a reboot. You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. whether it can be permanently deleted and what would happen if I did.
Installed avast which will not complete a full scan as it hangs at about 30% completed (3 times) Have now started working through the READ & RUN ME First instructions. Trending Why do I keep getting viruses on my computer? 9 answers What is the best way to get a guaranteed virus? 13 answers I had a page pop up after My computer is attacked by someone! After setting permissions so I can view its contents, it only contains a file called MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase.
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