How to repair pmb.exe related errors? Problem solved.
To repair the error, you can do the followings:
Uninstall Pando Media Booster from the Windows Control Panel:
Windows XP: Go to Start> Control Panel> Add Remove programs> Look for the program> Click on Remove
Windows 7/Vista: Go to Start> Control panel> Uninstall a program/Programs and Features> Look for the program> click on Uninstall
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———-Important Note: ———-
There are other chances, that pmb.exe may be disguised by malware, especially when it locates in “c:\windows” or “c:\windows\system32″ catalog. If you have never installed Pando Media Booster, but still occurs this error or if you find your PC is acting weirdly or extremely slow. You’d better scan your PC with Cloud System Booster to fix the problem.
Pmb.exe file information:
pmb.exe is a process file which belongs to software Pando Media Booster developed by Pando Networks. This software is designed to accelerate the download and delivery of large files. It enables users to obtain high-quality games and software through Pando Content Delivery Cloud. It’s a very practical program which can obviously and greatly save your time and trouble. Since it’s not malicious so there’s no need to worry too much about it. The ONLY thing you need to do is try to repair the error and remove the corrupt files accumulated in your system.
Pmb.exe reduces server usage by creating a cloud that delivers small pieces of the game files from multiple sources. The file locates in a subfolder of “C:\Program Files”. Known file sizes on Windows 7/Vista/XP are 3,077,528 bytes (25% of all occurrences), 2,937,528 bytes and 21 more variants. It’s not a core Windows file, and is digitally signed. If pmb.exe file locates in the subfolder of “My Files”, then the technical security rating is 62%.