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Solved: lxdi_device service in my vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Keredd, Feb 14, 2010.

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  1. Keredd

    Keredd Thread Starter

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    I was running through a tweak list for my Vista services and I ran into a service called lxdi_device service. Does anybody know what this service is for? Can I disable it?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Elvandil

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    What program does it run?

    Do you have a Lexmark?

    Why would you disable a service, especially one whose function you do not know?
     
  3. Keredd

    Keredd Thread Starter

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    I did not disable it. That's why I came on here first to ask what it was. I do not use a Lexmark printer but I was visiting at a friends who had one with my laptop and I added it in so I could print some stuff. Now I know I can disable it. Thanks!
     
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    If you don't have a Lexmark printer, you can uninstall any software or driver for it. When done, the Lexmark Service will also be removed.
     
  5. Keredd

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    Thanks man! I appreciate your input!
     
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