What is the "pdvd9serv.exe" ? Variant 514025

Our database contains 26 different files for filename pdvd9serv.exe but this page contains information about single file with specific attributes. If you want to see general information about the pdvd9serv.exe then visit General Information Page . You can also check most distributed file variants with name pdvd9serv.exe. This file belongs to product PowerDVD RC Service and was developed by company CyberLink Corp.. This file has description PowerDVD RC Service. Agregate rating is 5(5) stars - based on 2 reviews.This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process pdvd9serv.exe.

pdvd9serv.exe Process
PowerDVD RC Service
CyberLink Corp.
PowerDVD RC Service
Operating System:
Windows XP
High oc2
Digital Signature:

System Explorer Community Antivirus Report

This file was checked and tolerated by following antivirus shields :
Antivirus NameLatest Toleration
Microsoft Security Essentials2017-10-16
Kaspersky Free2017-10-16
Sophos Home2017-10-15
Advanced SystemCare Ultimate2017-10-15
IObit Malware Fighter2017-10-15
McAfee Endpoint Security2017-10-11
Avast Antivirus2016-12-27
Kaspersky Total Security2016-09-07 03:05:37
Norton 3602016-09-06 23:14:46
Avast Antivirus2016-09-06 15:31:52
Bitdefender Antivirus2016-08-30 16:16:41
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User Reviews of the "pdvd9serv.exe"

  • SAFErating from user Moraxv for file D:\Program Files (x86)\PowerDVD9\PowerDVD9\PDVD9Serv.exe

  • SAFErating from user Mindconnect2020 (Variant: 514025)

    Part of Cyberlink's "Power-DVD"-universe. There are sooo many different versions (OEM, Corporate, Standard, deLuxe, ...), and depending on your Sound- and Videocard, your OS, ..., there are MANY different MD5s. This (autostart-)program is useful for people who are really fans of "what's happening actually" in movies, BD, DVD, technical (r)evolutions etc. As registered and interested user you'll get really any information. You don't need it if you don't take part in specialized communities talked above. I'm sure it's safer than Facebook or Twitter.