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File: ati2evxx.exe
Name: ATI External Event Utility
Product: ATI graphics driver
Manufacturer: ATI Technologies
Risk factor (Virus/Trojan/Spyware): Rating

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There were 1177 user requests for that file. 39 users classify it as harmless. 3 users classify it as not so dangerous. 6 users classify it as neutral. 6 users considered the file to be suspicious. 7 users classify it as bad and recommend to delete ati2evxx.exe. 6 users didn't classify it ("don't know").

Ratingit is for ATI Grafik Card user  link for more info DoNe
RatingATI driver (envent agent)  link for more info leonardox
Ratinginstalled with ATI driver (see inf file) Controller
RatingGeh÷rt zu den ATI Treibern Jan
RatingATI External Event Utility for WindowsNT and Windows9X -- It appears to be a useless part of the ATI drivers Noodle
RatingAti utilitie. Nao da nada seus cabašo daporra o nome ta na cara dura. VC FUMA UM BASEADO  link for more info MTO DR DEDO VERDE
RatingI can't run any games with my Compaq laptop. I keeps popping me back to my desktop. Once I end task ati2evxx.exe I can play anything
RatingI have an NVIDIA Card one one PC and this is in my task menu so I disabled it with MSCONFIG...  link for more info Blaine
Ratingbelongs to the ati videocard driver.. won't hurt your computer :)  link for more info JeFFJuH
RatingIt's just for your grapics card dumbass! Don't worry about it!
RatingIt is called "ATI HotKey poller" and seems to be some kind of "event agent". You can disable it in your "services" tab, if you are using WinXP... HellraZor_from_Hell
RatingIt is the ATI video card driver Token
Ratinggeh÷rt zu Grafikkarte ATI
RatingHarmless. DogETDog
Ratingit eats mem & CPU cycles for no reason - that's harmful. it waits for you to hit certain hotkeys to tell it to change video & res settings, use msconfig to delete it. Solarity
Ratingok i just uninstalled my ati drivers and am now useing Omega witch i find are way better....but i am not sure if i need this file still...any help?..thx jay_doog
Ratingthis is somking of worm, even clearing with spyware remover od adaware remover, it changes name and location, by the way, computer begins to work very very slow sergio
RatingThis file recognize when a laptop if connected to a external monitor, TV or projector Josue Nava
Ratingdefinitely part of the ati driver, not harmful. useless maybe? passerby
RatingI read it can be used to manipulate the hotekey feature on ati card likelly if yo have not used the tab when looking through menus its probablly activated so you can delete it its in systems32 folder be sure to always backup before you make changes not responsible for what may be a misnomer .good day Dog
RatingAKA "ATI Hotkey Poller" AKA "ATIPOLL". Not a security threat. Likely a useless waste of resources. Safe to disable. DragonHawk
Ratingharmles and can be end tasked or killed or disapled (run msconfig then just unselect it) Some one who know that
Ratingati2evxx.exe is the ATI External Event Utility for your ATI display drivers. It manages the ATI Hotkey feature. This process can be removed to free up resources. Sherpah
RatingATI-driver SB
RatingATI external event utility exe module. Background task when you install ATI Display driver. It registers as the ATI hotkey poller which brings up specific ATI utilities.. Not only is this useless to 99.99% of users but there is NO DOCUMENTIATION ANYWHERE on those hotkeys. It sometimes uses up to 85% of CPU resources. Older versions of this process are known as ATIPOLAB. Thank you Perfect Process freeware for your information. Stephen4178
Ratingati2evxx.exe is the ATI External Event Utility for your ATI display drivers. It manages the ATI Hotkey feature. This process can be removed to free up resources without comprimising system performance. Psychodad
RatingATI Driver RogeeCB
Ratingthis is a software for the ati graphics card Albert
RatingIt comes with the ATI display adapter. Look at your device manager Display Adapters Driver Details...OMG some people actually think it's a worm. Truth
Ratinguses mem & CPU cycles for no reason, works fine w/o it Tron
Ratingjust disable it in services.msc, then reboot Bastardo
RatingNever used this process for my ATI card for 2 years d
RatingATI video card driver, I have 2 of them running though. Not quite sure what that is all about BJM
RatingDifficult to switch off. I got it and I don't use ATI drivers. Uses ALOT of memory, will restart if end proccess through task manager tyler
Ratingit's used for different key combinations such as alt+F5 for switching between monitors on some laptops. Also it does when you close the lid to your laptop. Can safely be disabled using msconfig under the services tab (but the of course, the key combinations won't work). Personally I think it's a great feature and it doesn't seem to use much CPU anyway. Jonas Eriksson
RatingIt is the ATI-Driver Jackass
RatingIts the ati driver. Manages hotkey feature. If removed it free up ram Yaqoob
Ratingloaded off of many websites when surfing it does slow up my computer. Admittedly it is not new but runs quite fine after I destroy this critter bob
Ratingeats up resources, burned out a power supply,make smy ram mem run at 648 when i only have 512, every 1s life would b better without tis **** LQ
Ratingit hogs ressources and it's safe to /end process it or disable it from the menu Waffen
RatingContaining in ATI-Omegadriver  link for more info JackyDanz
RatingThis service has been on my computer for sometime. It is installed with the ATI Display driver and runs the Hot Key controls so can easily do things like adjust brightness, etc. without going to the properties/settings. It provides no threat. If you don't use hot keys, simply disable it using methods described above. If you are having other trouble with your display, it is probably due to an out of date driver. ScottyDog
Ratingharmless :: something to do with graphics HARMLESS
Ratingi checked out my proces when i first got this comp and ive got an ATI card, this was never one of my processes..... Stitch
RatingATI Radeon Graphics card NutZy
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