What is CLMLService.exe? Is CLMLService.exe spyware or a virus?
How to fix CLMLService.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your CLMLService process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair CLMLService.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: Cyberlink MediaLibrary NT Service
Company: Cyberlink (gocyberlink.com)
CLMLService.exe comes bundled with PowerDVD and PowerCinema software suites and is the media library service from the OEM. It stays connected to the main server and keeps its information updated depending on the Userís choice of the type of movies in addition to assisting to obtain all available information on the title.
If you want a detailed security rating about your CLMLService.exe (and all other running background processes) read the following user opinions, and download the free trial version of Security Task Manager.
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Average user rating of CLMLService.exe: based on 19 votes. Read also the 14 reviews.
1034 users ask for this file. 8 users rated it as not dangerous. 8 users rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as little bit dangerous. One user rated it as dangerous.
|All comments about CLMLService.exe:|
|Seems to be the resident part of the Cyberlink Power cinema platform. In my case preinstalled with the OEM set of applications on a new system. See also: Link Alexander Boelen|
|It's a power cinema service or also know as DVD player|
|It caused massive amounts of UDP connections to be opened (observed with SysInternals' TCPView), possibly flooding my connection limit and thus causing "weird" cannot connect errors in other programs. Niels Huylebroeck|
|It appears to be part of Cyberlink software as supplied with Mesh computers. Mesh are unable to assist regarding its habbit of grabbing the WHOLE of the CPU time. Clear it from the startup boc via msconfig. Baz|
|is part of power dvd safe to remove just want update online libary|
|It's certainly Cyberlinks "Power Suite" if it loads at startup and you have the shortcut menu bar tower loading on your desktop it will gobble up all your processor power. If your machine is running slow check "running processes" in Win Task Manager, If CLMLservice is there you can bet its gobbling 90% of your CPU. Dump it and install a kinder program or at least dont let it start with windows. Steve Rickman|
|Cyberlink Media Library Service|
|As stated by Mr. Boelen this is part of Cyberlink Power Cinema for example. It seems the port it listens to is used to look for other Cyberlink installations. Check CLMLServer.exe and CLCapSvc.exe (Capture Service for Video...), as well. You have to decide if you need this feature (Media Server streams), if not you may deactivate them via msconfig. thg|
|Niels Huylebroeck's description above rings most true. Task Manager doesn't show CPU or RAM use to be the root of the problem - it is CONNECTIONS. Spainy53|
|Commonly part of the collection of pre-packaged OEM software deployed on laptops from companies like Gateway, HP, etc. In Windows "Startup" by default and can be disabled in MSCONFIG. Used for managing webcam, audio, video, and other media. jwr|
|Eats lots of CPU during compiling MV|
|It uses a lot of system resources and internet connections but does not seem to provided any user benefit in return, probably collecting personal info and sending it back to cyberlink. It supposedly collects info on the movies you watch but does not say how this is supposed to be any benefit to you. Warnebald|
|6th post down by Steve Rickman, is spot on; paraphrasing, don't let it start-up w/ Windows upon booting up. William|
|Uses very much CPU|
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