Cli.exe Ati Error
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Whenever I start up my computer i recive an application error that says, cli.exe - Application Error The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Steve Matacumbie, Dec 16, 2005 #7 johnyb287 Private E-2 you are my hero! allleeexxx CLI Application (Command Line Interface) - Command Line Interface application for all ACE Components Mike ati taskbar program and uninstalling .net framework caused this error to pop up on start,
The file is a client that allows tweaking of your graphic card parameters. System runs fine without it. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Researching solutions now. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-windows_programs/cliexe-application-error-at-startup/84ff501a-7a8f-48d2-ba74-d8226adbb596
From: Adam R.Date: September 24, 2016 When my memory usage gets too high, I naturally open one of the programs I have to refresh/restore my memory. Quitting both commands in Task Manager frees up my ram, and the settings remain the same. The time now is 04:57 AM. Wish I knew why 3 have to run.
What...did the message say? Attached Files cli_error.JPG 14.5KB 5 downloads Teenage.Zombiee is back ! See also: Link Nunya Beeswax increases cpu usage to 100% taj Uninstalled ATI drive, afterwards installed framework .NET 1.1 and again installed ATI drive. i have experience for this cli.exe in my Optiplex Gx320, everytime i restart the pc cli.exe runtime error appear, i can't find any solution for this ecxept i delete it.
johnyb287 Private E-2 Ok, so first off im really new here and i would like to say hey to everybody, your forum is quite interesting to read when i bord . To stop it from running in to background, go to START-- RUN-- MSCONFIG-- (OK)-- STARTUP tab-- uncheck any programs you don't want to run. Andy Jones It is ATI Catalyst Control Centre 5.3 A gamer... read this article Notice the "flicker" after the windows login screen?
And if you try to block using firewall you will lose game performace. As a result of acquiring ATI Technologies, which was founded in 1985 in Markham, Ontario, Canada, as Array Technologies Industry by three members of the Lau family and Kwok Yuen Ho, Cli.exe is not a Windows system file. Just get a little more RAM and you are sorted.
It just kept on assigning more and more resources to AU (I guess, because the problem was worked around by disabling the service). Eskimo Part of ATI VGA Drivers See also: Link Balthazar Come with my Radeon 9550. Cli.exe Download Overclockers Community Newsletter -- OVC -- Default Mobile Style All times are GMT -5. Amd Members have access to different forum appearance options, and many more functions.
Other processes utscsi.exe logitechdesktopmessenger.exe ezsharedsvchost.exe cli.exe syntpenh.exe tfswctrl.exe setpoint.exe quickset.exe clistart.exe tphkmgr.exe mwsoemon.exe [all] © file.net 10 years of experience MicrosoftPartner TermsPrivacy Then click on Start -> Run [Windows Vista/7: Press + R], type msconfig and click on OK. 3. Please note I have catalyst v6.3 installed on my athlon64 it opens ZERO ports. Mark Same,I have 3 running.
It is a control centre and does nothing unless you tell it to. Yes i am running ATI and am happy to see what it is. About • Disclosure • Privacy • Contact Editor's PickRepairing Windows Update Error 0x80072F8FHow to Fix Monitor FlickeringRepairing Compile Error in Hidden ModuleRepairing Shdoclc.dll ErrorsHow Do I Delete Cookies?Recent PostsFixing Windows Update One CLI.exe is for the system defaults, other for user adjustments.
If that is a problem just go to control panel and under user accounts you will see a user account was added called something like Aspent. I just formatted one of this machine's hardrives and then installed a fresh install of Windows XP on it. Whether international or not, this executable seems dangerous to me so I've de-installed the ATI Catalyst Control Centre and that seems to have removed it for good.
Load when needed in Control Panel- Display- ATI Control Panel(Tab).
hard to power off (yikes) rich It's the ATI Catalyst Control Center for your ATI Graphics Card. There is no way that this process has caused ANY of the problems that have been listed by many people. tV This is pretty harmless. Learn More.
its only a bad thing when you have less than 512mb ram(ati actually reccomend you have a certain amount of ram anyway), so really, ati have done the best they can, Naturally the cli.exe is not a malicious file or virus, although if you are experiencing errors, there is that possibility. n/a Harmless in terms of malware, but hogs system resources and can cause slow startup/shutdown (WinXP Pro) Sven there are 2 cli.exe running and each of them is using 25-30MB of Uses minimal CPU, but it is critical, so do not stop it. (Running a Mobility Radeon X1600) Steve It's the ATI Catalyst Control Center.
Luke it will erase the magnetic strip on your credit card, deprogram all of your favourite programs out of your VCR and impregnate your girlfriend. Again, I also got an installation error; it failed to install. In fact it eliminated a problem I was having with ATI MMC 9.14 it has no prupose other than complicating the simple display settings in windows wich work fine, i have However, when I tried to install it it failed.
cli.exe process error cli.exe General Information Author: Microsoft Corp. Then I think I might have installed the motherboard drivers. i go to start, search cli.exe and delete.. Is it possible that there is a hidden exe somewhere than my virus scanners are not detecting that perhaps cli.exe could be loading each time I load my computer?
Back to top #4 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 50,526 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:04:57 AM Posted 29 July 2010 - 09:09 AM Well...let's try to be specific. also my video will screw up completely... Jaghuz I had problems with vundo and other things, & couldn't rid myself of them, no matter what. AMD all the way!), or maybe you bought a DELL (scum of the earth!) which put in the worst motherboards imaginable because all very cheap parts.
I've havn't really tried anything except clicking ok (haha) and restarting my computer *wich dosnt solve the issue obviously* but now its really starting to get to me and some of so i will inform this is the worst case of senarios we ever can have from a ATI driver base system... This app submitted several Mb's of info to some ip address. Shasckaw its harmless, but can eat alot of memory, ive had this process running 20-30 times together =/ I also have 3 running!
Could never get the machine to get past 'saving your settings'. Jorge It's not at all dangerous, but I am concerned when the same process runs on two or more instances in my process list. I'm running on a fresh reinstall and I've ruled out a virus. Since I have had system using ATI cards/chipsets...I know that one of the requirements for installing the drivers and Catalyst Control Center...is to have some version of MS.NET installed.
If not, then you may want to install these updates before you install the .NET Framework.