lexbces.exe & lexpps.exe (how in the world do I stop them????????)

Posted on 2005-03-23
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09
Hi all,

Just installed a Dell Personal All-In-One Printer A920, and unfortunatly, I cannot just install the drivers, it has to come with all this foo foo stuff.  I've got all sorts off helping software and I really don't want it.  Long story short, I uninstalled it all, but I'm stuck with these two processes, which according to this page:


Are nightmares(the latter more than the first.)  How in the world do I disable these processes as I can only find the first one, lexbces, in the services list, the second is invisible to me and I'd really like to unload this.  Any ideas anybody???

Thanks as always,

Question by:imwmt
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jholland79 earned 375 total points
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How have you tried disabling these?
You could use msconfig to look for these. If no luck there, HijackThis might help identify where they are launched from.

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I used msconfig to shut down the first one.  Then Hijack this showed the location of the second one.  I hunted it down and deleted it, problem solved.  Thanks........

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