I recently updated my Flash Player to 11.3 (most recent version). When I go to a site which utilizes Flash (e.g. YouTube), I will start the video, and then about 10 seconds later, I get multiple sound feeds at the same time. They all sound like commercials, or tv channels. Even when I close my browser, the sound continues. When I open my sound mixer, there is a "program" listed of "winrscmde" which is playing the various audio channels all at once. When I go into the task manager, "winrscmde" shows as a svchost.exe *32. When I stop that service the sound stops. It will start again when i access a flash site. When I uninstall Flash Player 11.3, this stops.
I'm running Windows 7 - 64 bit with latest updates. IE 9.0.8112.16421
Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for your research!
When looking up 'winrscmde' in Google, it appears as if it is some kind of malware. But why this only starts occurring after installing Flash Player 11.3 is a mystery to me...
Can you search your system where that file (winrscmde.exe?) is located?
Well, I think I fixed the problem.
I found this topic:
About the second post down, the poster recommends downloading TDS killer as winrscmde.exe is disquised as svchhost.exe in the \windows\system32 folder (you have to click on "Properties", then "Details" tab and check the original filename...if it's bogus, it'll say winrscmde.exe as the original name).
I also ran the aswMBR program as well as FixTDSS (http://www.symantec.com/content/en/us/global/removal_tool/threat_write ups/FixTDSS.exe).
That seemed to fix the issue. Just reinstalled Flash and don't get the same issues. The svchost.exe in the \windows\system32 folder is legit!
Hope that helps anyone else with the same problem.
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Has a lot of information, for everything. If you need the best help, I suggest that website over any of the others.