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Discussion in 'macOS' started by RedDragon870503, Feb 15, 2008.
This process is running under PowerPC on an intel iMac. Any reason for this?
Because you are running an app that was made for a PowerPC.
I have the same thing on my GF's mac and I'm trying to get rid of it. It was part of the freeagent software for my seagate drive.
Well I knew that...
I think it has to do with my external as well (Maxtor). Any way to kill that process (permanently)?
I renamed /Library/Driver Support/NotificationExec.app to .bak, then ran killall NotificationExec.
it seemed to get rid of it it from running tasks. (If you just kill it it comes back up). Then I deleted the directory.
Not sure how that'll impact anything else, since I'm not sure how to truly remove it as a startup item (it didn't show up as a startup item in my user profile).
Rosetta can finally RIP!