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What is Interactive Service Detection ?

What is Interactive Service Detection ?
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Could someone explain what Interactive Services Detection is ? I am seeing a message from ISD stating that a program running on my computer is trying to display a message. The following details are displayed.

Message Title: Printers
Program Path: 5b64144ccfdf_6.0.7601.17514_none_fa396087175ac9ac\COMCTL32.dll This message started appearing right after I installed Service Pack 1.

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It does not pop up any dialog, but just for a sec I can see something on my taskbar then diasappear.

After some research, I found that the service name that interrupts is UI0Detect.exe.

I can stop the process in Task Manager, but it will show up after a while. And I checked on services.msc, the "Interactive Services Detection" has a manual startup type.

 

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But nothing, no chance to start my service on this PC.

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A program running on this computer is trying to display a message The program might need information from you or permission to complete the task Why does this happen?

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Program Path: c:\Windows\Patches\jre-6u39-windows-i586.exe

 

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On bootup this morning I have been bombarded by a 'Interactive Services Detection' dialog box - I've never heard of the program and am unsure what to do with it. Closing out the dialog box will make it disappear for roughly 10 or so mins, on which it will then return.

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