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What are Atiedxx.exe, Atiesrxx.exe, CCC.Exe and Mom.exe Processes in Windows?

If you have purchased a new computer running Windows and wondered what are the the Atiedxx.exe, Atiesrxx.exe, CCC.Exe and Mom.exe Processes running in the task manager for Windows? These are processes from AMD ATI Radeon video card on your PC. If you are using this graphics cards, you might see these processes running on your Windows.

Atiedxx.exe and atiesrxx.exe are the AMD External Events Client Module and AMD External Events Service Module. These processes are executed when the Windows Service AMD External Events Utility is started.

ATI-Processes

How To disable ATI External event utility:

1. In Windows Vista/Windows 7, click Start, type Services.msc in the Start Search box, and then click Services in the Programs list.
2. In the list of services, right-click Ati External Event Utility, and then click Properties.
3. Next to Start up type, change it to Disabled is selected, and then click OK.
4. On the same screen, Click on Stop.

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CCC.exe is the ATI Catalyst Control Centre which provides you with options and features to manage your ATI graphics card and mom.exe as the Catalyst Control Center Monitoring Program. If you are not using these features, you can disable them. By default Catalyst Control Centre is started with Windows, but you can disable them using the System configuration utility.

In Windows Vista/Windows 7, click Start, type msconfig in the Start Search box and press enter. In the Startup tab, uncheck the box against Catalyst Control Center.

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Once you reboot the PC, these processes wont be running in the task manager.

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