Windows Explorer - Multiple Instances created causing cpu to max out at 99.9% Can multiple instances of COD affect Ping? People who say "It screwed up my machine" is wrong. Cli.exe launches the Command Line Interface required for the Catalyst Control Center to run. However, Catalyst Control Center as a whole is ruthlessly exploiting system resources: 56 MB for a configuration program.
Not required to run the control center - which is available via a right-click on the desktop File Location Unknown Startup Type This startup entry is started automatically from a Run, sometimes runs more than one instance, eats RAM Chris part of ATI's driver folder. if you are worrying about it slowing up your comp Buy more RAM degoba The problem is you installed the driver and catalyst software with out installing the 'Microsoft .NET Framework' Now that annoying "cli.exe" error doesn't pop out anymore ^_^ dude123 Runs multiple times at once, using 6mb of memory EACH. Bonuses
My computer pulsates with it. A minute or two after startup I couldn't even start the TaskManager. On start up, it fails and then my screen turns off Dr Patel ATI Catalyst Driver, needed for great performance EJ It is run side by side with catalyst control center,
Google Search for spyware MalwareBytes (spyware removal) Other Processes starwindservice.exe ccproxy.exe cli.exe lexpps.exe gamehook.dll fnplicensingservice.exe ituneshelper.exe recguard.exe [all processes] Copyright © Neuber SoftwarePrivacy & Terms Security Task Manager Windows Processes Security for help. : ( Paul This process is sucking a lot of my ram, and i'm talking about 2GB of'em. Florin Ular my computer was getting slower and slower. If a "non-Microsoft" .exe file is located in the C:\Windows or C:\Windows\System32 folder, then there is a high risk for a virus, spyware, trojan or worm infection!
simon benötigt .NET Framework 1.1 Firus See also: Link Nethopper has been a cause of crashing on my machine Installed with ATI Driver. Now that annoying "cli.exe" error doesn't pop out anymore ^_^ dude123 Runs multiple times at once, using 6mb of memory EACH. An instance of CLI.EXE is run for each Component such as Runtime, Dashboard and SystemTray. I've done everything I can think of or find to do to keep it from loading, yet it mysteriously appears, seemingly randomly, to steal a hefty percentage of precious cpu.
Orien Absolutely harmless! If it does, i will delete it from the registry. perfectly ok to close kept crashing my computer and corrupted the operating sytem, had problem with it for seven months not being able to use my computer until I figured out kthxbye The Catalyst® Control Center has been separated into different components (a unique instance of CLI.exe per component) because it allows us to tune the characteristics of the process instance to
Look to CLI.EXE as a canary in a coal mine. Checking out Task Manager, I see that CLI.exe consistently takes 50% of the CPU and then steadily ramps up it's demand on memory. Kiran From ATI Website, CLI.EXE: This is the main executable. you can change all the things it allows you to change by Settings Control Panel Display Settings, any time you want without the 18mb of mem and cpu use that these
Running an AMD 3800+ and 3 GB RAM. I killed both of them and no problem. If you want a detailed security rating about your cli.exe (and all other running background processes) read the following user opinions, and download the free trial version of Security Task Manager. They only listen for connections coming from localhost which happens to be your own machine.
It doesn't matter how much RAM you have, it's buggy! Anything uncertain is just not worth it in my book. If you ask me about the issue with it causing you computer to run slow. TWEAKER stops my windows xp2 pro from running on screen bill b.
Is not needed exept if you want to have dual screen and uses about 15 megs of ram Turnoz This file cli.exe is started 3 times after the login-process in Windows. Note: Any malware can be named anything - so you should check where the files of the running processes are located on your disk. Dang The CLI.EXE from ATI is generally NOT the problem, unless it has been overwritten by the actual virus.
I had 3 running in memory using about 30 MB, it slowed my graphics card frame rate down and made my CPU work too hard even with simple things.
Looked up ATI FAQ on the matter and it claims that the program NEVER connects to "outside non-local systes". If you go to Add/Remove then you take it out from there. Does access the internet. Simply choose to download the driver WITHOUT Control Center.
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Its a Control Center software, buts in my PC has 3 instances, with 3mb each. Chris Moor Wow, just randomly.
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