What is CTxfispi.exe? Is CTxfispi.exe spyware or a virus?
How to fix CTxfispi.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your CTxfispi process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair CTxfispi.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Product: Creative Audio Product
Company: Creative Technology (creative.com)
This task is part of the software package that implements Creative's X-Fi, an advanced audio system for both desktop and notebook computers. This process supports the operation of X-Fi in a number of ways, such as changing X-Fi modes and detecting when headphones are plugged into the Creative device. It should normally be considered part of the hardware drivers and left running.
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Average user rating of CTxfispi.exe: based on 23 votes. Read also the 19 reviews.
1409 users ask for this file. 13 users rated it as not dangerous. 3 users rated it as not so dangerous. 4 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 CTxfispi.exe:|
|sound card drivers crap. Reuben|
|It is a program used for the XiFi Sound Card interface the geek|
|Made for Creative X-Fi Soundcards, if disabled with Elite Pro Cards Radio COntroll doesnt work. continuum2™|
|Helper program that handles the knobs on the X-Fi break out panels Grendel|
|It's installed with X-FI software. I've read that it autodetects headphones. If you really want it gone, boot into safe mode, go to windows/system32 and delete it. It can't load if it doesn't exist. xerkon|
|Used by Creative Labs' X-Fi series sound cards. Part of it's function is related to headphone autodetection Mitsaras|
|Displays in Task Manager in capitals, Creative X-Fi utility. It is possible to disable however doing so will disable automatic headphone detection. See also: Link Prof|
|It's taking up 8496k of my mem. according to Task Manager. Though memory isn't really an issue for me, it would seem high on my old computer. However, it's a perfectly safe file. Seems needed for audio too. :P adsf|
|Creative Audigy/X-Fi Resident sound driver PSiKoTiC|
|Creative X-Fi Sound card component. Used for Mode changes among others (Game/Entertainment/Audio Creation) halcyon|
|Creative X-Fi sound card process, provides auto-headphone switch, when they're plugged in.|
|This Sound Card USE to many modules.... so system will crash eventual CRASH|
|Belongs to the Creative Labs X-Fi soundcard. Detects when you plug/unplug headphones anarky|
|Creative X-Fi adds 180.1 seconds to my shutdown on Vista MerryMarjie|
|If something on the webpage let me know when this topic and comments occurred I might reveal interesting revelations about the file. But, for all I know the topic and commentary could be from the year 2001 or even older. Include a reference date for the thread and comments. Imagine me making a serious effort to inform people about the topic but the topic been dead for 3 years i just don't know it without date references SkyNet|
|Creative X-Fi Soundcard doubt|
|Creative Labs Sound Card No-Sound, man|
|It is run under the System services DCOM Server Process Launcher. It is self identified as belonging to Creative Technologies; however, its behavior is noticed in system processes that have nothing to do with sound and everything to do with WBEM + SPI. In words, Web Based Enterprise Management + Smart Plug-Ins Gnomesayin|
|ctxfispi.exe is a process installed alongside Creative Audio hardware and provides additional configuration options for these devices. "This program is a non-essential process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems. See also: Link Crapper|
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