DigitalKnightDec 4, 2006, 11:16 PM I recently built a system that includes a single X1950 XTX. Uninstalled for now thanks. Andreas media center media status aggregator service Appeared after installing latest catalyst drivers from ATI. If your cli exe encountered a problem, please consider scanning your registry and system for any errors.
jeremy hansen ATI Catalyst Control Center, harmless but needs .NET Framework 1.1 to work Meffy A serious problem. Vandal I removed all 3 process instances and it did not cause any problems. However, when I tried to install it it failed. Tex Zero ATI Control Centre.
Might not be the answer for those needing to run their graphics card, but for me, it stopped the faux warnings and the eternally grinding away of my processor. See also: Link Emu annoying, little spies, cut them and everything still work, what are they then ? If in doubt, don't do anything. I know that, odds are, its presence is worse on my memory than how much it frees, but it comforts me.
Not sure if you can get rid of it. Appalling that Ati could release drivers with such a bad bug. You do not need this file! or i just have to reboot comp altogether...
I recommend allowing it to start with windows, then terminating it. Disappointed its from ati and its ur video drivers pissoff Completely messed my hard drive. some case that my memory went to feed rate above 7 GB, whats is going wrong any help? AlabamaCajun Uses RAM and it uses more and more as the computer stays on longer.
Register Now Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's my site People who say "It screwed up my machine" is wrong. 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? Disable the icon if you don't want 3 processes.
nethopper's link explains why there's three instances. Read also the 229 reviews. 2399 users ask for this file. 103users rated it as not dangerous. 17users rated it as not so dangerous. 60users rated it as neutral. 37users rated Therefore, you should check the cli.exe process on your PC to see if it is a threat. The drawbacks of this method are that, if the error is being caused by a virus, restoring the system will not remove the virus, so the error could remerge over time.
Any corruption caused in the aforementioned registry hive can be a cause of cli.exe application error. total 127 processes running Windows 7 task manager shows multiple instances of Internet Explorer running in Applications but IE isn't open. Depends on what software you use. hard to power off (yikes) rich It's the ATI Catalyst Control Center for your ATI Graphics Card.
If it does, i will delete it from the registry. Load when needed in Control Panel- Display- ATI Control Panel(Tab). Omega drivers for radeon cards perform pretty well with less ram and NO MSFRAMEWORK.
It does not then start up, saves 30Mb and can be launched if you ever want it from Display Properties Catalyst TAB button. Caused bad shut down problems and eventually damaged my hard disk partition (Win XP). Joyboy I got 3 instances running, some people apparently have 2, explain that hmmm... harmless but penetrant gibtkein Brot It is ATI control center Dave Jukes It is the OPTIONAL Catalist interface.
Closing the quick shortcut on the start bar axes one of them, leaving the other 2. 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. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Home About Resources Contact Categories Errors Tips Troubleshooting Follow Follow on Twitter Become our fan Join our circle Join our newsletter Subscribe 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
Generated Sat, 19 Nov 2016 22:24:34 GMT by s_sg2 (squid/3.5.20) News Featured Latest Second Chinese Firm in a Week Found Hiding Backdoor in Firmware of Android Devices Hacker Group Breaches Mega.nz Kiran From ATI Website, CLI.EXE: This is the main executable. multiple windows instances on different drives solved 2 Windows 10 instances running at once independently. Use ALOT of memory Gamer Woah, I have a whopping 27 of these running at once.
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. September 2006 update : in newer versions of the Catalyst software the task you need to disable on the Startups tab of TUT is CLISTART. But directly after startup I was able to see CLI.exe consuming more and more ram. For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: .NET
See also: Link Hammy I have three running in my tasks. personally i use a different method but if your using the stock ATI drivers then those are normal. I have a dual core laptop with 2GB Ram and it is killing me. The problem shows itself upon startup.
This file resides in your memory and is visible on your PC in the form of a taskbar icon. Then type Cli.exe into the All or part of the file name box and click on Search. 4. EOCF member It is eating up resources and making my computer really laggy at times.