Device Display Object Function Discovery Provider

DeviceDisplayObjectProvider.exe. Is it a virus?

The DeviceDisplayObjectProvider.exe could be a Device Display Object Function Discovery Provider.

This file is part of Microsoft® Windows® Operating System. DeviceDisplayObjectProvider.exe is developed by Microsoft Corporation. It’s a system and hidden file. DeviceDisplayObjectProvider.exe is usually located in the %SYSTEM% folder and its usual size is 83,968 bytes.


Disable and delete the DeviceDisplayObjectProvider.exe process as soon as possible. Most likely it is a virus, a trojan, or some other malware.


Author: Microsoft CorporationProcess: Device Display Object Function Discovery ProviderPart Of: Microsoft® Windows® Operating SystemCommon path(s): %SYSTEM%
subfolder in %WINDOWS%
Keywords(s): systemFilesize(s): 83,968 bytes, 86,528 bytes


Malware risk: Scan your PC for viruses and Trojans
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Registry Errors: Free scan (run Registry Cleaner)Uninstallation: N/A Uninstall (run Unistall Manager)Disk & Memory Usage: N/A Free scan (run Task Manager)

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by kawsar on Jan 8, 2013 at 10:58 AM

Microsoft don't know this file!

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by czlo on Sep 12, 2011 at 06:24 PM

Nowhere info what it does do. So you must trust and do not ask. But what about lastly revealed Microsoft's spy practices? I do not let this suspect Microsoft's program to connect to the Internet. I save my privacy.

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by wongzhe on Nov 3, 2010 at 12:41 AM

my usb can not remove :it says that some files is being used and cannot stop right now. i have closed all files, but it doesn't work .when i clik the icon "device display object function discovery provider"appears after a few seconds ,it disappears.i think this is related to my usb problem . how to solve this problem

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by VoODoOChilD on Mar 27, 2010 at 06:48 AM

"Device Display Object Function Discovery Provider" needs not to connect to the network in case of a standalone desktop pc! All this useless network requests :| & also causes stalling of certain processes when a usb device attached to the pc. Takes for ever to do anything. Its an issue with the timeout i think.

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