Remove ihpmserver.exe

What is Ihpmserver.exe?

Ihpmserver.exe is an executable file that is stored in C:\Program Files (x86)\RayDld folder. This folder also contains another executable called Raydld.exe. Both Ihpmserver.exe and Raydld.exe belong to a browser hijacker. Their purpose is to prevent you from deleting the unwanted hijacker from your computer. The files are signed by Hefei Infinity Technology Co., Ltd. You should not keep them installed. We suggest that you terminate Ihpmserver.exe and its associated files and programs as soon as you can.


How does Ihpmserver.exe work?

The unwanted file enters your PC together with a browser hijacker. It should not be too difficult to figure out which hijacker is responsible for the file, as it changes your home page and default search provider. Other symptoms associated with the hijacker include constant redirects, pop-ups, banners and other commercial ads appearing on all of your visited pages. It also slows down your Internet connection and uses tracking cookies to collect information about your online habits. There is nothing useful about the hijacker. Its main purpose is to generate web traffic. The problem with that is not only the fact that you get flooded with adverts, but also that some of them are unsafe. Clicking on fake ads may result in various unwanted consequences including malware infections, financial losses, and more. That is why we advise that you delete Ihpmserver.exe related hijacker without hesitation.

The reason you cannot get rid of the hijacker is Ihpmserver.exe, which allows it to regenerate after you restart your PC. This happens because Ihpmserver.exe and Raydld.exe create backups of the unwanted program. If you change your home page and default search provider manually, these changes will be restored automatically. That is why before you can terminate the hijacker, you need to get rid of Ihpmserver.exe.

How to remove Ihpmserver.exe?

There is no question that you need to remove Ihpmserver.exe from your computer. You can eliminate Ihpmserver.exe and other files from the RayDld folder by accessing it and launching the uninstall.exe file. Afterwards, you will have to delete Ihpmserver.exe related hijacker from your browsers. You should also check your PC for potentially unwanted applications as browser hijackers rarely enter computers on their own. You can complete these tasks by following the instructions in the manual Ihpmserver.exe removal guide below or you can implement the anti-malware tool provided on our page. We suggest you go with automatic removal option, because the security utility provided on our page will allow you to not only clean your system, but also to keep it safeguarded in the future.

Manual Ihpmserver.exe removal guide

Uninstall potentially unwanted programs

Windows 8, Windows 7 & Vista

  • Press Win+R and input control
  • Click OK
  • Go to Uninstall a program
  • Select the unwanted software
  • Choose Uninstall

Windows XP

  • Click on Start and go to Control Panel
  • Select Add or Remove Programs
  • Choose the unwanted application
  • Click Remove

Eliminate Ihpmserver.exe hijacker from browsers

Reset Internet Explorer to default settings

  • Open Internet Explorer
  • Click on the Gear icon
  • Select Internet Options
  • Go to Advanced tab
  • Select Reset button
  • Check Delete personal settings
  • Click Reset and Close
  • Restart Internet Explorer

Reset Google Chrome to default settings

  • Open Google Chrome
  • Click on the menu
  • Select Settings
  • Click Show advanced settings
  • Choose Reset settings
  • Click Reset

Reset Mozilla Firefox to default settings

  • Open Mozilla Firefox
  • Press Alt+H to open Help
  • Select Troubleshooting Information
  • Click on Refresh Firefox
  • Choose Refresh Firefox
  • Click Finish

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