Windows Xp Cli.exe Error
Without CCC, my benchmark scores are horrible. Then I installed the ATI graphics card display driver and ATI Catalyst Control Center. Zardoz2293 Why does the Catalyst® Control Center require 3 “CLI.exe” files as well a “Preview.exe” file? See also: Link MarkJ I had the same problem and installing windows netframework 1.1 even resolved the issue Uma Ganti I installed .Net Framework 4 Before installing latest CCC and drivers... http://pdctoday.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-service-pack-2-windows-update-error.php
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. keith23uk Useless Ram Eating Process! Friday, March 04, 2011 5:04 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Same thing. Jerome appeared after installing ATI graphics card, most likely due to an error during installation as i never had .net 1.1 or higher apperently, should have done updates before installing
TheWarrior Some settings in Cat Control Center will start another instance of cli.exe. I do not know of issue do ;-) yet Ocramweb Iritating, blocks pipe key, why o why. OMG I HAVE PROBLEMS WIT COMP!! 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
That explains the 2 processes ;) If you have a third one running, it means you have the tray icon at your right of the task bar. To attempt to fix this I downloaded, installed, and ran a .Net Framework Cleanup Tool successfully. Then click on Start -> Run [Windows Vista/7: Press + R], type appwiz.cpl and click on OK. 3. I have an ATI Radeon Express 200 vid card on an HP Slimline s7520n.
download netframe 1.1 if or later if you dont have it. 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, We recommend SecurityTaskManager for verifying your computer's security. https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/f66976b5-b05b-4c97-9af0-bcc9708a5613/net-framework-initialization-error-help-cliexe-unable-to-find-the-runtime-to-run-this?forum=netfxsetup My Account | Log Out | Advertise Search: Home Forums About Us Geek Culture Advertise Contact Us FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts
The description of the problem was this: "Installation Failure" and "Error Code: 0x643". I also found it a nightmare trying to figure out which drivers and downloads to get when installing my Radeon 9800 pro, plus the updates and crap, they didn't make it Kill this insanity as soon as you can (Startup on My Computer, plus "software/microsoft/run" on regedit. I recommend allowing it to start with windows, then terminating it.
I'm a pretty big gamer, so let me ask, is that normal for my X1600? See also: Link Not Happy Cli.exe itself is probably not dangerous. Cli.exe Download Teenage.Zombiee is back ! Amd If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box.
Ganon The fix: ATI -- https://support.ati.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=894 Microsoft .NET Framework Version 1.1 Redistributable Package -- http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=262D25E3-F589-4842-8157-034D1E7CF3A3&displaylang=en Jeff The New Microsoft Anti-Spyware Util is showing cli.exe in the ati.ace folder to be a this contact form Every cli.exe listens on one port and it slows down my computergames. José Aurélio Harmless process, but i have 3 instances of it running, each eating up approx. 5mb og memory. sumesumaro when i upgraded 9200 ati drivers with catalyst bill get their fingers out of my network socket!!
- this cli is a real pain, it just dosent want to die.
- Firefox Catalyst Control Center TvT i end these processes all the time before i game and all my games run perfect so i just disabled them from starting in my run
- Waiting to hear from you.
- Dont be so tight, if you want great gaming and graphics in general get just a bit more RAM if your PC is struggling.
- Thank you pvdg42 for the help.
- See also: Link Craig Yes, it's only the Catalyst Control Center ED Its jut to control your ATI video card See also: Link Ruffneck The 2 instances are communicating through your
THe CLI.exe process has been recreating up to 10 copies of itself, deleting them, and recreating them. The problem shows itself upon startup. MarkJ (further information) It load multiple times on every restart Shmee Klass hmm.i dont think its gives any problem.u'll get it after installing ATI cards..i have it only have a peek here Then I tried to use Windows Update to install the 4.0 .Net Framework Client program, but it didn't install successfully.
If cli.exe is located in the folder C:\Windows\System32 then the security rating is 100% dangerous. ----- Scary!!!! If you do not, you can safely stop this process. This was one of the Top Download Picks of The Washington Post and PCWorld.
In a situation like this, simply uninstalling the application that uses this file should fix the problem.
One CLI.exe is for the system defaults, other for user adjustments. Maybe even your poor old intel CPU (lol! Local time:09:07 AM Posted 29 July 2010 - 06:51 AM Hi everyone. Resource hog.
cli.exe error on start up? I tried installing .NET framework 4 (seems to be the latest version), but still got the message, so I uninstalled it. i've removed it via msconfig and all works fine squirrel Ati Drivers and Software (Catalyst) I've 3 instances running :-( See also: Link P. http://pdctoday.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-windows-ip-configuration-an-internal-error-occurred.php It's harmless, but if you have a small amount of RAM on your PC, I recommend disabling this.
Click to Run a Free Scan for cli.exe related errors Users Opinions Average user rating of cli.exe: based on 249 votes. Thats CLI.exe adjusting from windows defaults to custom settings and/or ATI defaults, which are different than windows. However, my ZoneAlarms has trapped cli.exe attempting to access the internet with destination IP of 184.108.40.206:DNS. Not dangerous, but consumes a lot memory.
If you have 3 instead of 2 and want to get rid of one, disable the system tray icon. Yes i am running ATI and am happy to see what it is. Matthew It appeared on my task bar after installing the drivers/sw for a VisionTek X1550 AGP video graphics card (an ATI Radeon logo was on the package). In the Process Menu(Ctrl+Alt+Del) it shows up and disappears.
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