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What is comcastantispy.exe how to fix comcastantispy.exe error of access violation


My computer was running slowly and I checked my pc to see what process was using CPU in windows Task Manager.  I found than a process called ComcastAntiSpy.exe was using nearly 100% CPU times. So I want to end this process by task manager but I get a comcastantispy.exe error message: "Access violation at address 00423D88 in module comcastantispy.exe. Write of address 0000000D ". when I shut down my pc, I get this error message once again and my computer refuse to shut down, I have to try it again. What is comcastantispy.exe? Is comcastantispy.exe a virus or trojan? If so, How to remove comcastantispy.exe? Why comcastantispy.exe consume nearly 100 cpu times? Is there a comcastantispy.exe error repair tool could fix comcastantispy.exe access violation errors?


comcastantispy.exe is a module of Comcast antispyware and Comcast antispyware is included with the Comcast toolbar. You somehow installed the Comcast toolbar and CA Pest Patrol Real Time Protection will be installed at the same time. If you are confused continuity by these error message, please do the following step to fix comcastantispy.exe access violation errors:

1, Uninstall the Comcast toolbar.

2, Uninstall the CA Pest Patrol Real Time Protection component via add/remove programs (Programs and Features).

3, Uninstalled everything associated with Comcast antispyware program.

4, Go to your C: drive and found a folder named "comcastb", please clicked on it, it will open a new folder "comcast antispy" and there is an uninstall file (uninstall.exe).  run it (C:\ProgramFiles(x86)\comcasttb\ uninstall.exe), it will remove all of Comcast modules.

5, Reboot your pc and run wise pc doctor to remove the Comcast other related errors.(wise pc doctor download link:


Related information:

Run Wise PC Doctor to repair your computer:

1. Install Wise PC Doctor.

2. Click "One-Click Fix", do a complete scan for your computer.

3. Click “Repair All” then fix all detected problems.