The realplay.exe application error is a malfunction in the RealPlayer software, which can cause your computer system to run extremely slow. The realplay.exe is not a malicious infection, although hackers create files that are similar. The realplay.exe provides a system tray icon for access to Realplayer. The problem is that it utilises a great amount of your computer resources, causing other system functions to perform abnormally.
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Open the Task Manager by clicking "Start" and typing "taskmgr" in the "Run" or "Start Search" field. Press "Enter."
Click the "Processes" tab and scroll down the list processes to locate "realplay.exe."
Right-click "realplay.exe" and click "End Process." Exit the Task Manager.
Open System Configuration by clicking "Start" and typing "msconfig" in the "Run" or "Start Search" field. Press "Enter."
Click the "Startup" tab. Scroll down the list of start-up programs to locate RealPlayer.
Uncheck RealPlayer and click "OK." Reboot your computer system.
Download and install House Call Antivirus. Scan your PC to ensure that the realplay.exe error is not a malicious infection.
Click "Start" and click "Computer" or "My Computer."
Right-click the "C" drive and click "Scan With House Call." Allow the scan to complete. If the realplayer.exe process shows up as an infection remove it and reboot your system.
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