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Process name: Creative Service for CDROM Access
Product: Creative Service for CDROM Access
Company: Creative Technology Ltd
Disc Detector from "Creative Technology Ltd". It detects the insertion of an audio CD into your multimedia drive and then launches Creative's player to play the audio.
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Average user rating of ctsvccda.exe: based on 41 votes. Read also the 24 reviews.
4655 users ask for this file. 33 users rated it as not dangerous. 3 users rated it as not so dangerous. 2 users rated it as neutral. One user rated it as little bit dangerous. 2 users rated it as dangerous. 2 users didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about ctsvccda.exe:|
|Resident program for Creative's See also: Link G Fox|
|cd erkennung equinox|
|its from ''Creative Technoligy'' Dobberman|
|Its just a Jukebox program kinda thing. In my opinion it should be Removed just because it ties up system resources. Can be opened Via Start Menu... Gordon|
|Not required at start up! See also: Link osborne|
|Its a creative thing. you can go to services and disable it or make it manual greg|
|Creative Soundblaster Service See also: Link *Don|
|slower startup... donīt install creative software, let winxp make itīs best choice insane|
|Creative Service for CDROM Access - Creative Technologies. Monitoring CPU Usage and System Loading. M Williams|
|It's a Creative file yes, but you should be careful about not installing ANY Creative software. It can cause problems. For example, the default USB audio driver does NOT enumerate the SB Extigy properly, at least for digital audio. Can't say about analog.|
|It assists Windows manage the CD-Rom on Windows 9x and Me systems, however it has no use on faster CD|
|its for my creative zen sleek mp3 player childofbodom|
|this auto detect is not dangerous but certain programs like winamp or bsplayer will not play cd's properly (audio ones) without it enabled, doesnt require startup but do not remove lordgreywolf|
|This file has been detected as a very high threat by mcafee. I had a lot of problems then. i removed the whole program. Then everything started to go normal again. Teraku|
|Everytime I've reinstalled Windows and then Install the Creative Drivers and Software Windows has not able to autostart CD/DVDs and other strange stuff to my CD/DVD drives disable it from running and go to the MS site link below and to sort out Windows CD/DVD drive problems in the registry. See also: Link C W|
|Creative Tool See also: Link Sim0n|
|not necessary, but not harmful. and for the dude with enumeration issues with the extigy, enumeration is a combination of the driver files AND the hardware microchips talking to each other, so you may have a bad card. dingo|
|CD-ROM service stretch|
|it used for the zen media players spepper|
|Uses 1,352k on Win XP Home startup. Seems tied to my Creative Zen Vision W mp3 player. Seems ok to shut it off after computer is started. Jonathan Melusky|
|for creative players|
|I had many problems with mine cursor, when I unplugged mine sound blaster, and this process starting with system, when i deleted all from Creative all back to normal.|
|if its creative labs it is not dangerous and the ppl that have problems with their programs should delete the problem program and use something else ....duhhhhhh!!!|
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