dlg.exe

What is dlg.exe?


Windows Process Description:
The process dlg.exe or Digital Line Detection belongs to the software BVRP Software TestLine or America Online's Digital or CINEMA 4D Module Advanced or Digital Line Detect or Digital Line Detection by BVRP Software or Avanquest Software. Though the process dlg.exe is mainly associated with the application called Digital Line Detect.

The file dlg.exe is located in a subdirectory C:\ Program Files (commonly C:\ Program Files\ Digital Line Detect\ ). The dlg.exe file has known file sizes on Windows XP ranging from 24576 bytes to 50688 bytes. The dlg.exe application is not a Windows core process. It can also loaded in the Windows boot process by the registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ Software\ Microsoft\ Windows\ CurrentVersion\ Explorer\ User Shell Folders, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SOFTWARE\ Microsoft\ Windows\ CurrentVersion\ Run, and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software\ Microsoft\ Windows\ CurrentVersion\ Explorer\ User Shell Folders.

The process dlg.exe is not required to run at the Windows start up. One of its main functions is to detect whether your computer is plugged into a digital telephone line. The dlg.exe process also launches an application window that displays the information graphically. The dlg.exe file comes along with Dell products and is included with all Connexant V.92 and other Broadcom modems.

The process dlg.exe is installed as a part of BVRP Phone Tools software suite. BVRP Phone Tools software suite offers features that concerns telecommunication capabilities such as faxing, phone book, e-mailing and more. The dlg.exe process a non-fundamental process for Windows thus you can enable or disable the program at your own preference.

BVRP Software, the maker of the dlg.exe file, produced spyware in some years ago and that is why Digital Line Detect is sometimes treated as spyware. However, the current version of the dlg.exe process is not malware. Older versions of the dlg.exe file most probably contain malicious contents and should be removed.

BVRP Software is an international company which develops PhoneTools suite and communication server applications.

Author:
BVRP Software

Author URL:
http://www.bvrp.com

Part Of:
BVRP Digital Line Detect

Memory Usage:
Low. The dlg.exe uses 24576 bytes worth of RAM resources.

System Process:
No

Application:
No

Background Process:
Yes

Uses Network:
No

Uses Internet:
No

Hardware Related:
Yes. It is used to detect if your system is connected to a digital phone line.

Common Path:
C:\Program Files\Digital Line Detect\