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I dont have a printer hooked up but 2 years ago I used the free printer shipped with this laptop. Doesnt seem to have done anything yet. The oddest thing about this file is it automatically installed when you install Windows. Also verify your firewall permissions as stated in this http://free.avg.com/ww.faq.num-1334.

The printer has always worked before, and what makes this strange is that I wasn't attempting to print anything either. Its perfectly safe, and trys to access the internet/network to search for other printers. It's not a virus, but just a very poorly written file. See also: Link gg i found it was trying to transmit data from my machine. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/lexpps.exe.html

Thank you. March 31, 2009 16:46 Re: Update fails #5 Top jonath Senior Join Date: 31.3.2009 Posts: 32 Sorry for omissions - now collected here I hope. darrell I do own a lexmark printer, and my firewall told me that lexpps.exe is trying to act as a server, which seems absolutely unnecessary, after doing a search, it found This message even pops up when I am completely (no connection at all) disconnected from the internet.

If you are not troubled by it, go to bed tonight and rest comfortably, Paul The difference between Lexmark & Dell is a badge, no more than that. I didn't change anything in my computer so that shouldn't happen. lexmark driver makes spooler dependant on itself, a command to fix the dependancies is given at the link as "sc config spooler depend= RPCSS" See also: Link Ruth My internet was I know if I delete it that I can't print anything.

If you don't need to use peer-to-peer, it can be deleted along with lexp2p32.dll. López (Marrero) Causes ten year old Windows 98SE computer to randonly lockup. I just deny its existance when ZoneAlarm alerts me to its wanting to act as my server. Unless there is some trojan out there spoofing it's name it is completely harmless.

darrell I do own a lexmark printer, and my firewall told me that lexpps.exe is trying to act as a server, which seems absolutely unnecessary, after doing a search, it found Edited 1 times. Patricia not much It just started showing up today I don't have a lexmark and have had this computer for 2 years. Security Rating: --- don't know --- 1 (not dangerous) 2 3 (neutral) 4 5 (dangerous) Your opinion about this file: Web page with more details: Your first name: More process

To remove these files: 1. If you're not sharing this on a network, at least block it from the Internet (FUTURE: "The GRID"). CMH lexmark service printer driver. It came up when i installed a freebie dell printer i got.

Deny it access to the internet if you use zone alarm. Related : Lexpps.exe X video converter ultimate 7 exe Windows Movie Maker 12 Hpusbdisk.exe free download YouTube Downloader All Free Video Converter Download this article for free (PDF) Previous 94 95 The following will help with routing table issues... 1. I am guessing there are different lexPPS.EXE files and some could be harmless but I doubt mine is.

Ashampoo is the better of the two you listed so that is what I'd suggest you use unless you don't like it for some reason. B This is affiliated with dell and lexmark printers. Look in same folder (eg Windows\System32) for related "Lex" files. JoJo Gunn tried to access internet as a server file comp;ete;y out of the blue whilst I had IE running.

Google Search for spyware MalwareBytes (spyware removal) Other Processes avgemc.exe issch.exe lexpps.exe lsm.exe klg.dat acroiehelpershim.dll quickset.exe igfxsrvc.exe [all processes] Copyright © Neuber SoftwarePrivacy & Terms Microsoft PartnerSilver Application Development file.net Allow me to disabuse you of this notion. Don´t uninstall or your printer won't work.

try disconnecting you internet line cord & Perfectly normal part of a Lexmark product, but I can't make Zone Alarm rememaber it; each time I boot it asks for permission, although

Joe Hepperle The file LEXPPS.EXE began trying to act as a server on my computer after installing a free dell printer that came with the computer i bought. mintofacto If you own a Dell Printer then you will have this load up..since Lexmark makes a majority of Dell's stuff. I am going to find out how to deactivate this function, and as soon as i know how, i will share the information with the people concerned on this site. SHOW ME NOW © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved.

Blublossom My HP printer woin't work if I stop process; Dell Demension 9100, XP sp3 Robert Benignus Show all 114 comments If you know more about lexpps.exe, share your knowledge and In addition, Lexmark has announced in August 2012 that it is exiting inkjet printer production and has sold all patents and other inkjet-related assets to Funai Electric Company, Ltd., effective April I tend to always delete from the registry (RegEdit) and remove this file and any references. Check the following link for instructions on how to remedy that situation.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/lofiversion/index.php/t29427.htmlBest wishes,R Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Peripherals forum 3 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help

I never see any negative effects (sometimes positive), but I've yet to know someone networking these printers (possible adverse effect if deleted). Can't be removed. This file usually runs if it detects any kind of server in your computer running, like apache or windows server. so now i just block it with my firewall.

Do you really think that just because you've got a different badge, you've got different software? Until I realised, I had to frequently save files I was editing. If you have a Lexmark keep it otherwise delete it or disable it in msconfig Elliott The file Lexpps.exe is used for peer-to-peer networking support for our inkjet products. Description: Lexpps.exe is not essential for Windows and will often cause problems.