- System Process: No
- Background Process: Yes
- Application Process:Yes
- Common Path:
C:\ Program Files\ Digital Line Detect\ dlg.exe
- Uses Network:Yes
- Uses Internet:No
The program dlg.exe is a part of the Mobile Phone tools software developed by BVRP (French-based software developer Bibliotheque Virtuelle Rene Pechere, now known as Avanquest). The dlg.exe process is used to detect the changes in the system whenever the end-users hookup their digital phones to a digital phone line. The file dlg.exe file is pre-installed in DELL (and possibly IBM or HP) computers that serve the same purpose. The program BVRP Mobile Phone Tools enables users to synchronize mobile phones with a desktop or a portable computer enabling the use of email, fax, and other features.
The dlg.exe file process starts automatically when Windows loads, after which it continues to, run as a background application to detect new connections from a mobile phone. The dlg.exe appears in the Task Manager as Digital Line Detect, and terminating dlg.exe from the list of running programs while the computer is synchronized with a mobile phone may cause unexpected problems or may cause problems with the connected mobile device, so it is recommended that the dlg.exe program should be kept running as long as the computer is synchronized with a mobile phone. It also helps in the data process transfer between the mobile phone (particularly its address book) and the application it is used in conjunction with.
In a growing society where people are always on the go, most people prefer mobile phones to desktop computers for their communication needs. The BVRP Mobile Phone Tools software would be ideal for those people as it enables a user to connect to their desktop computer and access several features. This includes the use of fax and e-mail, and in more recent versions, WiFi connection and access to the Cellular Phone Network Internet Connection.
This is a safe process. There is no necessity to remove this process from your system or change it in any way.