11-15-2008 03:19 PM
Yes, remove it to your Windows folder, make a shortcut and place it in your Programs\Startup folder,
so it will run after every reboot. This way it will delete all the files that are created during the boot
process, before they start messing with your system, and which, if allowed, will communicate with
Absolute Soft. servers.
This is the only file that can stop that process, because it is the file that they use at their own will.
The only difference is that they place it, along with other files, in Windows\System32 folder, and there
they can delete it or use it at will. Once it is in your Windows folder, you are in control of it and their
spyware can be stopped before it is activated.
Btw, Agremove.exe runs, does its work and terminates, so it is not resident...
11-27-2008 09:45 AM
Well, without having a closer look at your machine, I have no more ideas. Something is bothering it that surpasses my
virtual diagnostic powers, sorry...
In a situation like yours, I would start uninstalling one program after another, starting with Lenovo bloatware, until it
starts performing flawlessly as expected...
12-06-2008 11:05 AM
I took the laptop to a private lab, somewhere in the area.
They looked at the interiors, and BIOS definitions and etc. - said that nothing seems to be wrong.
I would try to install Windows XP on a different partition, and see if that keeps on happening.
01-14-2009 11:41 AM
I believe that the files (rpcne(t,p).exe and dll and the agremove.exe are installed at any time on new O.S. installation. If the security tracking app is dissabled in the bios then the agremover.exe removes the other files.
This issue has happened to me 3 different times.
First time I called Lenovo just after I bought this laptop for my Wife's birthday present and analyzed the system, mainly for her use.
I found these Issues and talked to tech support and contacted the security group. They sent a signal online to dissable the security app in the bios. At that point the other files were deleted.
Since then I have Upgraded this laptop, (cause I bought her a new toy ..Acer AspireONE..little mini toy), More memory and a larger HDD, split the drive into 3 partitions and installed my WinXPP x86 sp3 and now the Windows 7 7000 x86 beta and now testing it out.
The same thing has happened.
One day I will work on the bios program and attempt to remove it completely, I can not get Lenove to offer a bios without that option.
04-05-2009 04:46 PM
the solution was simple as that!!! (for me at least....)
simply clean the airway for the fan....
it was blocked, so appearently the CPU was overheating.
i opened the lid of the fan at the bottom of the computer, and removed all of the dust from there...
now the fan is working properly and there's no more lags...
i hope it was helpful...