This process is part of Nero. It searches your computer for media. And is meant to make it easier for you to find(?)silverado4 said:Does anyone know what NMIindexStoreSvr.exe does? When I shut down, I get an error on this file, it trying to shut this down in my task bar. I looked on the internet, and it's some kind of foreign language. Thanks.
Thats odd that you get that system warning. I don't get that at all. After what you have said I feel lucky that this has only been a mild problem for me.silverado4 said:How do I shut it down from task manager for good? I tried, but it says it may cause difficulty with my system. I got this when I loaded the new version from Nero Today 1/18/2007 updates. They always have bugs in their software. In every version it's something different that is wrong. Their quality assurance sucks. They just let it go out, and worry about the errors later.
I finally got an answer from Nero on this problem, I haven't tried it yet, but I thought I would pass it along to you...FatherCrowe said:A question, since I have been looking more about this process i have been finding it really hard to find details. And I have just realised that I copied and pasted from your first question, and that there is an extra "I" in your process name. Can you just double check that's how it is spelt or if you have just made a typo. If it is just a typo, try searching again online because I found lots of articles explaining the removal of the process.
If it IS spelt like that it could possibly something trying to pretend to be Nero!
Let me know.
silverado4 said:I finally got an answer from Nero on this problem, I haven't tried it yet, but I thought I would pass it along to you...
Disable Nero Scout.
Open Windows Explorer, click on 'My Computer' to display the program, and select Nero Scout. Press the right mouse button to open the context menu and select the 'Options' command.
Check the 'Disable Nero Scout' box to deactivate the database functionality of Nero Scout.
Click on 'Exit' to save settings and close the window.
Restart your PC.
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