What is the RDUSB00E6Setupd process running by launchd in a Macbook Pro with Mavericks? I can't find any information about this and my computer is running quite slow, trying to figure out what is causing it.


I found this on Google:

Uninstaller (jp.co.roland.rdusb00e6.uninstaller) is a Mac OS X software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of iBoostUp. The latest version that our iBoostUp users have reported seeing on their systems is Uninstaller 1.0.0.

It sounds like you are trying to install the Uninstaller!

If you are not to be blamed :) go to Activity Monitor and kill the process.

Open terminal and search for the file

mdfind -name rdusb00e6

  • i did a google search and didn't get any result, now, when i googled again it just shows me the link to my question.. weird. Anyway thanks for your reply, that's what i was looking for. – spacebiker Jul 8 '14 at 11:33
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    here is my link iboostup.com/app/jp.co.roland.rdusb00e6.uninstaller – Ruskes Jul 8 '14 at 11:34
  • The fact is that i am not uninstalling anything, but the process is run by launchd. Might this be a virus or something? (I own some roland stuff, usb keyboard, etc..) – spacebiker Jul 8 '14 at 11:36
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    I do not think it is a virus, but someone is trying to install it. So find the file with mdfind and kill it..burn in hell :) – Ruskes Jul 8 '14 at 11:45
  • After killing the process in Activity Monitor and rm the entire /Library/StartupItems/RDUSB00E6Startup/ folder my computer is working as expected. Might not be a virus but obviously there was something wrong with that. Thanks Buscar웃 for your help. – spacebiker Jul 8 '14 at 11:51

This is from a Roland/Edirol Audio interface. So not a virus.

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