tbpanel.exe – Here is the scoop on Tbpanel as it pertains to computer network security. The big question: what is tbpanel.exe and is it spyware, a trojan and if so, how do I get rid of Tbpanel?
tbpanel.exe (Tbpanel) – Details
The tbpanel.exe process provides a system tray icon that allows you quick access to change certain settings of your Gainward video card. If you do not have an Gainward video card, or do not use this utility it is safe to stop the anvshell.exe process.
tbpanel.exe is an application that does NOT appear to be a security risk
Our process monitor database currently registers tbpanel.exe to Gainward.
This is part of Gainward Video device drivers.
TBPANEL.EXE – Disclaimer
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The TBPanel utility appears on the install discs and updates of a number of graphic card providers including Gainward, Pajit and the former XpertVision. It should also be noted that cards from some of these manufacturers may be sold under own store company branding, close inspection of the graphic card may be required to ascertain its true manufacturer.
The program allows the customization of screen settings and frequencies (especially useful for non-standard resolutions) as well as overclocking the GPU.
Note that on some occasions TBPanel may cause conflicts with the Windows OS(due to failing or incorrectly installed card, incorrect or recently updated drivers), causing the system to close down after opening Windows or immediately after POST. Partial solution is by disabling TBPanel.exe by Booting your computer to Safe Mode via F5, type Run and then ENTER, type msconfig and ENTER, now open the Startup tab and untick TBPanel.exe to disable the Startup, now restart normally.
If TBPanel is required and the settings you wish are not available via the Control Panel or another installed Nvidia or ATI utility, then check your cards condition (especially fan and dust), it’s installation and perhaps roll back to an earlier or indeed install newer drivers, then reuse msconfig to allow TBpanel to load. Hopefully all should be well.