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Anyone know what this is?
I found it on opening my "Add/Remove Programs".
It's an installed program that I can remove.
It is listed as a shared component.
Nothing on my desktop or Start/Programs mentions it.
I did a search on Google and found nothing.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Sorry about my earlier posting in HTML.

                 Thanks in advance

                     Greg

NO...@cox.net



 Thu, 18 Aug 2005 11:36:14 GMT   
 Repost:Cda Product Service?

A Google search turned up a couple of possibilities.  To try and find out go to the folder that you mentioned in the earlier post and see if you can find an exe that you recognize.  Otherwise R-click on a file in that folder (preferably an exe) and select properties, then click the version tab and see what it has to tell you.  If there is an exe in there you could always click on it and see what happens.  As an afterthought here, run Ad-Aware and/or Spybot Search & Destroy and see if they turn up anything first
--
George (Bindar Dundat)
Running a computer with Murphy's law built into the BIOS.
Please reply to the NG only so that all can benefit.

| Anyone know what this is?
| I found it on opening my "Add/Remove Programs".
| It's an installed program that I can remove.
| It is listed as a shared component.
| Nothing on my desktop or Start/Programs mentions it.
| I did a search on Google and found nothing.
|
| Any info would be greatly appreciated.
| Sorry about my earlier posting in HTML.
|
|                  Thanks in advance
|
|                      Greg
|
| NO...@cox.net



 Thu, 18 Aug 2005 11:46:09 GMT   
 Repost:Cda Product Service?
From http://makeashorterlink.com/?F27F536A3

"On my computer, the installation created a folder named C_Dilla in the
c:\ root directory.

However, the product is listed as CDA Product Services - Shared Component
in the Add/Remove menu." (message#3)

AdAware's probably already taken care of the files.  Greg'd said he'd
been running AdAware, earlier post.

Curiosity got to me.
-Todd



 Thu, 18 Aug 2005 15:53:22 GMT   
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Thanks again Guys for replying.

I have the same folder C_Dilla in the root directory.
It contains one folder "SafeCastProduct Licences"
which in turn contains one file "BD6EE000.DAT"
The file is not readable to me using WordPad
The characters are all jumbled nonsense.

Do you think it would be ok to uninstall "Cda Product Service"?

                Thanks again,

                Greg
                NO...@cox.net



 Fri, 19 Aug 2005 00:38:42 GMT   
 Repost:Cda Product Service?
I believe that this (C-Dilla) is required if you are using TurboTax as it is a
form of copy protection.  Sorry about the doubt but few of us here in the UK
use TurboTax for our returns.
--
Mike Maltby MS-MVP
mcmal...@hotmail.com


 Fri, 19 Aug 2005 01:07:16 GMT   
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Mike thanks again for replying.

This year and last year I used TaxCut.
I could have the file left over from the previous year.
Seems safe to uninstall to me.

              Thanks,

              Greg in Santa Barbara

              NO...@cox.net



 Fri, 19 Aug 2005 02:14:34 GMT   
 Repost:Cda Product Service?
Mike I just uninstalled "Cda Product Service".
The "C_Dilla" folder is still on my machine.
I'm going to delete it and see what happens.
If any problems.....I'll let you know.

            Greg in Santa Barbara
            NO...@cox.net



 Fri, 19 Aug 2005 02:19:24 GMT   
 
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