SBRC.exe always loads at start-up and the command prompt loads at the beginning showing it doing it's job (registry cleaning).
I havnt used my computer in a month, and dont know whether this is a new feature (or maybe a new version of the program). I've never seen that file load previously since I've had this program since April 1st.
The actual program itself works great. I dont know whether I have to reinstall the program, or maybe I just need to stop SBRC.exe from starting up? Or is it a necessary file to always start on boot?
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Thanks for posting. sbrc.exe is CounterSpy's boot-time registry cleaner. This will generally only run on boot up if CounterSpy found it necessary to run further scans to remove a threat. You will need to let that scan completely finish in order for it to NOT continue to scan on subsequent boot ups.
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