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Prozess Name: Aktiviert Intel Hotkey

Produkt: Intel

Firma: Intel

Datei: hkcmd.exe


"hkcmd.exe" ist der Abkürzungstasten-Interceptor von Intels Extreme Graphics. Wenn Sie die Abkürzungstasten von Intel nie verwenden, können Sie zu Systemsteuerung > Intel Extreme Graphics > Abkürzungstasten gehen und diese deaktivieren. www.neuber.com/taskmanager/deutsch/prozess/hkcmd.exe.html 

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Kommentare über hkcmd.exe:
Enables the Intel Hotkey command for graphics driver and keyboard. Alex
Intel hot key interceptor The man
hkcmd.exe description: Hotkey Command Module for Intel Graphics Contollers. Located in "C:\WINNT\System32\" on Windows NT/2000 and "C:\WINDOWS\System32\" on Windows XP. File hkcmd.exe removal: Described file hkcmd.exe is not related to the security threats. However the same or similar file name can be used by spyware or adware programs to decept user. We advice you to scan your computer and eliminate possible threats. The Man
it can be disbabled from the graphic properties of the intel driver. it will probably be present in the registry, so can be removed from there also. This exe uses a big chunk of the cpu, which is not very healty santosh rao
Had a problem, accidently deleted key in the registry trying to remove adware, had to repair windows XP from startup disk, when repairing the installation a window poped up telling me that this file 'hkcmd.exe' was needed and to locate the file, I pressed cancel and continued with repair of installation. Sounds like it is not needed anyway according to all the other posts. IMMORTAL MILITANT
You scare mongers should do your research before posting bogus information here... It's a legitimate command process - Intel Hot Keys Command Module. Monitors the keyboard for the key-presses you specified in the program. Mike Ellis
Verhinder und blockt Zugriff auf gemeinsame Netzwerke INGOLINE
My company installed a bunch of crap on my computer and said they were going to start tracking everyone. That's when this thing appeared. Not sure what it does, but seems to be some sort of tracking device. Dan
Caused a DC upgraded from Windows 2000 SP4 to Windows Server 2003 Standard to blue screen! Restarted in safe mode, disabled all commands in HKLM\...\Run, then manually run one by one to determine problem. A
On my old VAIO laptop, this was necessary to use the fn key combinations, which did hardware-specific things like mute the volume, switch from the laptop to an external monitor, and change the screen brightness. If you're using whatever keys it makes work, you'll need to keep it. If you're not, you can disable it. kira13
Seems to be two of these. One is the Intel HotKey process. It may be disabled. May cause problems under XP SP2 and will crash when logging over RDP. The other appears to be spyware that masquerades as the Intel process. UniDyne
It has ability to access PC and change settings. I had three different versions, none of which I installed. Opens ports and accesses PC illegally. Experienced Programmer needed to fully decipher its functions. Scary! Giselley19
attempts legal tcp connection to internet. When refused denies web traffic through zonealarm firewall to convince user to disable firewall. Now why would a key listener be so desperate to communicate with the internet? Me
I found three hkcmd files in three different folders: C:\i386 C:\WINDOWS\system32 C:\drivers\video\onboard I tried deleting the file in the C:\WINDOWS folder. My computer would not allow the deletion. Which file is the bad one or are all three worthly of deletion??? ray
lastet das system zu 100% aus, richtet keinen Schaden an Bumbes
It's done nothing on my computer, but I am a pretty big nerd, so I'll look at for it. Also, don't download anything if you have this, unless using Mozilla. It screws up my IE downloads for some reason. Xavier
One more comment about hkcmd, on my tablet PC I recently began getting a 'Data Execution Prevention' block on a 'Generic Host Process for win32' after much trial and error thanks to Security Task Manager, I isolated this file as the culprit. Just one more of the apparently many conflicts people have with the shortcut application Jon
Hot Key Command - used by Intel Graphics driver to switch between portrait and landscape mode on monitors that swivel like the DELL 1905FP. Very Handy for people who rotate their monitor all the time, like me. Mike
Tries to connect to http port on a microsoft site, talk of intel software trying to link to a microsoft site !!! if ur firewall has caught it and is asking for allow/deny option, safely say deny. i do not want either intel or m$ to know anything about me or my comp. gujubhai
Intel Keyboard Hotkey Utility BearCreekMan
aparently linked to yahoo search bar also google bars in fact any pc/laptop that has a search bar malicious code can be ran through it not to mention the colation of information havn't removed it yet cos this ain't my pc and i don't have this problem but im sure if its disabled in the registry it will stop it from working bitten_not_again75
This program's natural settings is harmless but as the addage goes you can save any program to any name. Some Malware writers will create a program that will add to the existing program causing it to do whatever they want it to. White Hat
I think that Intel should have named it something much better. Me being a MySpace user, thought that is stands for hack commented?[hkcmd] or something that had to do with hacking. but delete remove it by terminating the process tree, because your PC will run much, much smoother. Christopher Parr
Well, all I know is when I try to disable it in msconfig, at startup i get an error saying windows just recovered from critical error. Which is annoying, so i just leave it alone, though it takes 4 mbs of ram... disabling through control panel wont work. The-Bleh-Bleh
Sorry for triple post, didn't mean to press enter XD. Alright so heres how to disable it. Go to your driver options and uncheck enable hotkeys. Then go to msconfig and uncheck hkcmd on the startup tab. Now restart and its gone. worked for me =) The-Bleh-Bleh
I challenged a hacker community to hack my pc, and Sygate firewall almost immediately reported application hijacking, and yes it was the infamous hkcmd.exe trying yo establish a connection with another computer. Id delete it if I were you, my pc works just fine without it. HackThis!
You know all about so here is how to delete it from your System Registry: Right-Click desktop/"Properties"/"Settings" tab/"Advanced"/"Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile" Tab/"Graphics Properties"/"Hot Keys" Tab/Uncheck "Enable Hot Keys" Jacob Evans
People, don't rate it as dangerous if you don't know what a program really is. This little program, when started, allows the user to pass certain commands to the Intel on-board video chip. Some of the commands allow you to rotate the image on the display, to enable/disable the displays and change other settings of the video chip. That's all. Of course, just as ANY other file, it can get infected if you have a virus on your computer. If you ever find it infected blame the virus who did it and use an antivirus to clean ALL of your files because you certainly have more than one infected file. Nick
When I rebooted my computer because of lag my McAfee said that i wasnt protected and i noticed that hkcmd.exe tried to access the internet. I found three other files named HKCMD.exe I highly recommend deleting these files. Josh
Process File: hkcmd.exe Process Name: Intel Hotkey Description: hkcmd.exe is installed alongside Intel multimedia devices and allows configuration and diagnostic options for these devices. This program is non-essential process to the running of the system, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems. Lorena NY
A Malware with the name hkcmd deletes .exe files from the computer, blocks internet by changing the ip of DHCP,slows the computer down to 10% of its speed and eventually brings it to a nonbootable situation. Surjo Banerjee
Hotkeys für Graphikeinstellungen. Harmlos, frisst aber Ressourcen!
Totally harmless.  Siehe auch: Link AF
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Die Hkcmd.exe hegört zum Chipset Driver des Intel Chipsets Q 965 Express. Die Datei wird nicht zwingend benötigt, ohne sie funktioniert das Intel Diagnostic System nicht. Elch
Intel process Anthony
hkcmd Module Beata
Verhindert update von Avira und Tuneup  Siehe auch: Link rklein
Alter falter, das ding hat mein NB voll ausgelastet, war kaum noch nutzbar. Nachdem ich den prozess benendet habe geht wieder alles. wasn mist intel derel
Intel Graphic Driver hotkey code_war_509

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