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Prozess Name: PC Tel driver - PC Tel Modem Treiber

Produkt: OnBoard Modem driver

Firma: PC Tel

Datei: pctspk.exe


Dieser Prozess ist Teil der Treiber für PCTEL(HSP)-Modems und simuliert die Töne von Hardware-Modems. Diese Modems sind oft in Notebooks vorhanden. Deaktivieren Sie diesen Prozess NICHT, wenn Sie das Modem verwenden! Es wird über den folgenden Registrierungsschlüssel gestartet: www.neuber.com/taskmanager/deutsch/prozess/pctspk.exe.html 

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Durchschnittliche Bewertung von pctspk.exe: basierend auf 82 Bewertungen. Siehe auch die 18 Kommentare.

  • 314 Anwender fragten nach dieser Datei. 35 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als harmlos. 6 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als wahrscheinlich harmlos. 20 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als neutral. 7 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als etwas gefährlich. 14 Anwender bewerteten den Prozess als gefährlich. 8 Anwender bewerteten diese nicht ("keine Angabe").

Kommentare über pctspk.exe:
PCTel Internal Modem Elitegroup G732 John Phillips
die Datei verursacht bei meinem Laptop eine 100% Prozessorauslastung, nach Beendigung des Prozesses war die Prozessorleistung wieder ok und keine negativen Wirkungen festzustellen. Aber kann ich die Datei löschen ? dr sreffen scholtze
Installed with PC Tel 'soft' modems (either in notebook or pci slot of desktops). Not sure about the results of disabling this. Not a security threat but uses around 2.6MB memory in WinXP so the user may try disabling it. Atul
also PCtel HSP56k , which is a PCI winmodem not internal, the drivers were automatically installed by windows xp so it should be safe, but it is ok to remove from startup services if you don't want or need the sound or if you don't use the modem francis
deleted it without any problems. only ate 98% of my CPU. (only remove when you don't use a modem! just read the normal thing and don't mind me, just sharing my experience. Running on a HP Pavillion btw). Jantje Scholten
Its just a HSP/PCtel modem software, I've found it to be on the drivers for my modem, its a CNR connected modem, came with my ECS PM800 Socket 478 motherboard, it simulates modem sound through the PC's desktop speakers, uses around 200-400k memory, completly safe, it can be stopped on my HSP modem witohut any negative effects (Minus the modem sound). Comp01
I stopped using modem and obtained ADSL. Today the computer (tabletop) slowed down radically. Win XP task manager shows pctspk.exe using between 80 and 100 % of processor capacity. Killing the process did not cause any obvious harm. Kek
PC TEL Modem in Dell 610C; its a hangover of the voice modem function on a PCI card; Its a driver for the voice functions for answering machine software. Yup I took it out of the start up HKLM and the modem still works OK. What do you need an answering machine for on a laptop? Yes, it can mess up bad if the Voice call part is enabled- then it will constantly look for a call- taking up cpu cycles.  Siehe auch: Link RadMan
PC TEL Modem in Dell 610C RadMan
All I know is that I can't run Word at the same time this file is taking up 99% of my CPU. So I delete whenever it causes me problems, and it seems to always come back. I guess I need to delete it from my Startup, as well. Kathryn
When trying to sync offline files in Outlook, this process was using 99%-100% causing the sync to take over an hour. Once I killed the process (via Ctrl+Alt+Del and task manager) the sync only took 2 minutes. Dan the Man.
When I disabled this file (figuring it was an unneeded startup process) we no longer got "Call Interrupt" notices when we were online! This file apparently pops up a window when someone is calling on the line that is being used by the modem, with a little box that says "Accept Call? Yes/No" VERY HELPFUL! I would not disable this if you use the modem and have call waiting. E-Man
About 1 year ago i did a hard drive image with norton ghost. I restore that image today and my system slowdown because PCTSPK.EXE, but is the same file that was ok all last year! Only reboot my CPU and it is fine now. I guess a bug is inside that file but, at least in my case, it is not so bad. - For all last year i never had virus reports related on this file (norton antivirus) José Arturo García Vázquez
Assists the Dell Latitude internal modem with special features. These are normally not used, so it can be disabled safely in MSCONFIG. Of course, if you lose the particular function that this provides, simply leave it running or start it manually before using the modem. I rated this a "2" only because it does use resources upon startup regardless of modem/program use. Sam
pcspk.exe is part of the Diamond Supra LE-PCT setup. If not installed, you will not be able to use the "voice" features availabe to that modem. It is true that it is a resource hog... but only when dailing.  Siehe auch: Link Cory
It uses lots of virtual memory (Page File) and can cause your CPU to slow to a halt. I just removed it from a system and it was causing him to need to set an additional 2500mb for the page file. Overloads CPU and unneeded for modem to connect and work properly. Intel Factory Technician
This file uses up CPU to 100% and grinds processes to a halt. After start-up I pull up Windows task manager and halt this process. Problems go away. Since I do not use dial-up, it may nto be an issue o remove it. I am going to find out more. rickwit
this was on my mother's computer just a couple days ago. first it slowed down her desktop n then today it just started dialing her modem every few minutes. i made sure there were no other programs running that would connect to the internet. the random redialing stopped once i ended the process. Someduder

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