Therefore, you should check the cli.exe process on your PC to see if it is a threat. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. In the Process Menu(Ctrl+Alt+Del) it shows up and disappears.
haha it worked thank you much! People who say "It screwed up my machine" is wrong. Same as WGA tool from Microsoft....... Useless. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/335693/cliexe-error-on-start-up/
So far it's cleared all. couldn't shut down. If it finds a Cli.exe file, right click on it and select Delete. Andrew Nevelos very annoying, i have 2 running, i don't understand how 2 files exactly the same can be running at the same time?
I never had this pop up prior to the XP reinstall; any ideas? Not harmfull but anoying Petry Bosch I got about 8 running at one time and this severely lags my PC's processes down. See if that helps. http://www.file.net/process/cli.exe.html The instructions I have always seen were quite clear about this.
Had 2 cli.exe's running in my process manager each taking up 47 making my cpu usage 98 all together, and was't able to end either of them! Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Microsoft Operating Systems Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Overclockers.com Community News & Community Announcements Overclockers.com Article Discussion I'm happy with these drivers, but there are other drivers you can use if you don't want ati's bloated software. 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.
cli.exe application error Responses to "cli.exe application error" davo Kelly Guest Posts: n/a Re: cli.exe application error Posted: 12-31-2008, 12:18 AM cli.exe is installed alongside ATI's range of graphics cards http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/cli.exe.html Application failed to initialize properly (oxc0000135) What is this related to ? Run it in safe mode , reboot , then goto to dell's site and download your driver from them and install from the control panel instea of using ati's software. mofo removel of error cli.exe Had an issue with this trying to start up a bluetooth install on startup.
Load when needed in Control Panel- Display- ATI Control Panel(Tab). To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Uses approx 80M of RAM. If you have 3 of them running it's because you have the ATI tray icon running.
All rights reserved. Osvaldo Dartagnan Part of the ATI drivers... Before you attempt to install the .NET Framework, you will need to ensure that all antivirus software on your computer has been disabled, as these application are known to cause installation Should you experience an actual problem, try to recall the last thing you did, or the last thing you installed before the problem appeared for the first time.
it is a part of catalist control center but i can't understand why there are two istances working together k4k4r0th ATI Control Panel tool, it can spawn more instances of itself ACe Accesses the internet when executed. NotSoNewbie I had the same problem and installing windows netframework 1.1 even resolved the issue Uma Ganti there were 3 instances of cli.exe running...killed their processes, and nothing
I decided to run the .Net Framework Cleanup Tool and it successfully deleted all of my .Net Framework files. Functions such as exiting, pausing and starting a game are the most common. Note: If the computer prevents you from removing the cli.exe file, even after you’ve removed the drivers, then it’s likely that the cli.exe file is infected with a virus. Run Registry Scan Another common cause for cli.exe application errors is the corruption of important system files or the registry.
me not liking this CLI.exe keeps popping in and out of my processes in task manager tanking up 17% of my cpu usage.have problems with ATi all the time Anti-ATi I I checked this afternoon and threre was around 15 to 20 instances of the same problem in memory. Steve Matacumbie, Dec 16, 2005 #9 johnyb287 Private E-2 i downloaded the .net and i did the start up thing so idk ? task manager showed about 20 instances of cli.exe, none of which could be killed.
Specs of computer: AMD Athlon XP3000+ Asus A7N8X motherboard, 1.5 GB ram, 80 GB and 60 GB hard drives, 1 CD-RW drive, 1 CD-RW and DVD rom drive, Windows XP Home ATI has been unresponsive to req. Well, since it all can be done using Desktop right-click Properties Settings, and this program is a notorious resource hog, I just disabled it in Start Run msconfig Startup. It is the catalyst driver kicking in.
Florin Ular my computer was getting slower and slower. Once Device Manager loads up, click on the + next to Display adapters, then right click on the ATi Graphics Card and select Uninstall. Go cry to a tree. But directly after startup I was able to see CLI.exe consuming more and more ram.
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. Click to Run a Free Scan for cli.exe related errors Cli.exe file information Cli.exe process in Windows TaskManager The process known as CLI Application (Command Line Interface) or ATI Catalyst Control You do not need this file! It doesn't matter how much RAM you have, it's buggy!
why? Even for serious problems, rather than reinstalling Windows, you are better off repairing of your installation or, for Windows 8 and later versions, executing the DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth command. close it, and sometimes it kills the comp, rebooting it, or the graphics mess up, and i suppose the card heats up alot (why the hell?) causing it to close the You'll want to update the Catalyst drivers and applications and update .net Framework for Windows.
To help you analyze the cli.exe process on your computer, the following programs have proven to be helpful: Security Task Manager displays all running Windows tasks, including embedded hidden processes, such Steve Matacumbie, Dec 16, 2005 #11 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Thread Status: Not open for further replies. One CLI.exe is for the system defaults, other for user adjustments. Although Apple uses ATI in some machines, the Unix core keeps it under control.
While operational, an icon should be present in your system tray, which you can use to quickly access the Control Center application, an application which enables you to change the features Your cache administrator is webmaster.
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