The BroadcastPC software is used to deliver interactive media. The software is bundled with Grokster and
monitors the web usage of the user to target users with advertisements.
Targeting Audiences. BroadcastPC.tv's intelligent client application precisely
targets our 7 million users. Targeting is based on web usage patterns:
BroadcastPC.tv can deliver a teaser/promo spot for Monday Night Football at 8:45pm on
Monday night, 15 minutes before kickoff, only to those users who have visited a sports
site in the past 5 months.
Signs of a BroadcastPC installation on your system include the bpc.exe process running
in the task manager and ICMP messages
If you have any of the files related to BroadcastPC on your system,
please send them
for additional analysis. Generally, I have only analysed a
few versions for each software component listed at this web site. With your help I
will be able to look at both old and more recent versions of the BroadcastPC software.
Thank you very much for your time!
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Uninstall BroadcastPC from "Add/Remove Programs" in the Windows® Control Panel. Look for an entry called "RVP".
You may have to restart your computer to complete the uninstallation.
Sometimes the uninstall process completes, but the software is not removed.
If you run into problems uninstalling, please contact the
Uninstall BroadcastPC with FreeFixer
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The tool is called FreeFixer
and can help you remove unwanted Browser Helper Objects, Internet Explorer toolbars
and software that starts automatically when you reboot your computer, so it can offer some
assistance while uninstalling BroadcastPC. The manual removal instructions
listed below will help you to identify what to delete with
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Please follow the instructions below if you would like to remove BroadcastPC manually. Please
notice that you must follow the instructions very carefully and delete everything that is mentioned. In most
cases the removal will fail if one single item is not deleted. If BroadcastPC remains on your system
after stepping through the removal instructions, please double-check by stepping through them again.
Start the registry editor. This is done by clicking Start then Run.
(The Run dialog will appear.) Type regedit and click OK. (The registry editor will open.)
- Browse to the key:
'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run'
- In the right pane, delete the value called 'RVP', if it exists.
- Exit the registry editor.
- Restart your computer.
Start Windows Explorer and delete:
Note: %ProgramsDir% is a variable (?). By default, this is C:\Program Files.
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