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Old 05-07-2007
Donkie 15
 

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NMIndexStoreSVR.exe
I have Windows Vista Home Premiun installed on a new rather fast computer. It
shows that the processor is occupied by NMIndexStoreSVR.exe.

What is the function of this process or application and how can I de-install
this feature ?
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Old 05-07-2007
BillD
 

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RE: NMIndexStoreSVR.exe


"Donkie 15" wrote:

> I have Windows Vista Home Premiun installed on a new rather fast computer. It
> shows that the processor is occupied by NMIndexStoreSVR.exe.
>
> What is the function of this process or application and how can I de-install
> this feature ?


NMIndexStoreSVR.exe is a service which comes with Nero, it's part of that
horrible software called Nero Scout.
Open the start menu -> type "services" (use your language) and hit Enter
Set all nero scout services to disable.
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Old 05-07-2007
Lord Takyon
 

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Re: NMIndexStoreSVR.exe
"Donkie 15" <Donkie15@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have Windows Vista Home Premiun installed on a new rather fast computer.
>It
> shows that the processor is occupied by NMIndexStoreSVR.exe.
>
> What is the function of this process or application and how can I
> de-install
> this feature ?



Rubbish that comes with Nero. Well rubbish if you consider unneeded
services running rubbish. Have a quick look on Google about disabling
services and start up items, keep them trimmed to what you need.

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