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Windows 7: Startup list - Cmiboot.exe?

23 Oct 2011   #1
chrismid259

Windows 7: Home Premium
 
 
Startup list - Cmiboot.exe?

Hi,
I've noticed an item in my startup list in System Configuration named Cmiboot.exe. I've put it in Google and can't find anything associated with this at all. It's living at C:\Windows\cmiboot.exe

Does anyone know what it is as I'm not familiar with it at all.

Thank you!


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23 Oct 2011   #2
chessdragon136

Windows 7
 
 

After a bit of searching I came across this:

Quote:
Review: cmiboot.exe is a main executable for card-reader from C-media company. It activates a task bar in a tray. This file is safe, was not marked as a threat or virus-containing application by any antivirus software. Check the MD5 hash, there can be more versions of this file.
Source: systemexplorer.net

So basically its a program/driver for your card reader (SD, MMC... cards)
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23 Oct 2011   #3
chrismid259

Windows 7: Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chessdragon136 View Post
After a bit of searching I came across this:

Quote:
Review: cmiboot.exe is a main executable for card-reader from C-media company. It activates a task bar in a tray. This file is safe, was not marked as a threat or virus-containing application by any antivirus software. Check the MD5 hash, there can be more versions of this file.
Source: systemexplorer.net

So basically its a program/driver for your card reader (SD, MMC... cards)
Thank you!
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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