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    What is CLMLSVC.EXE

    I was installing Microsoft Visio last week but couldn't because of this application. Everytime I try I get an error message saying CLMLSVC.EXE blocking the installation. Thus the installation program could not safely continue and terminated unwillingly. Can you explain me what is CLMLSVC.EXE? Is it a virus? Can I remove it some how?

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    Re: What is CLMLSVC.EXE

    CLMLSvc.exe is related to the CyberLink Media Library Service from Cyberlink. Clmlsvc.exe uses excessive system and memory resources with no corresponding benefit. This file may cause high CPU usage, and thus resulting system to work slowly or may sometime hangs frequently. You can close CLMLSvc.exe to free up resources and to improve overall system performance.

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    Re: What is CLMLSVC.EXE

    CLMLSVC.EXE performs the following behavior:
    • Enables a COM Object/Server on the Local Machine
    • Executes a Process
    • The Process is polymorphic and can change its structure
    • Registers a Dynamic Link Library File


    CLMLSVC.EXE can:
    • Be created as a process on disk
    • Be executed as a Process
    • Be enabled as a COM Object/Server on the Local Machine
    • Be registered as a Dynamic Link Library File
    • Be added as a Registry auto start to load Program on Boot up
    • Be deleted as a process from disk


    Source: prevx

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    Re: What is CLMLSVC.EXE

    CLMLSvc.exe belongs to CyberLink Media Library Service from Cyberlink. It automatically runs every time you start your computer. CLMLSvc.exe is found in C:\Program Files\CyberLink\Power2Go\ folder. It generally includes a lot of dlls such as advapi32.dll, kernel32.dll, msvcp71.dll, msvcr71.dll, ole32.dll, oleaut32.dll, shell32.dll, shlwapi.dll, user32.dll. It can be hacked by virus to spread the infection and so it is always recommended to delete it.

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