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File: lexbces.exe
Name: LexBce Service
Product: MarkVision for Windows (32 bit)
Manufacturer: Lexmark International, Inc.
Risk factor (Virus/Trojan/Spyware): Rating

"lexbces.exe" is part of Lexmark MarkVision software that is used to configure the internal network card that comes with a Lexmark printer.

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There were 601 user requests for that file. 15 users classify it as harmless. 3 users classify it as not so dangerous. 3 users classify it as neutral. 6 users considered the file to be suspicious. 6 users classify it as bad and recommend to delete lexbces.exe. 9 users didn't classify it ("don't know").

RatingOpinionFrom
Ratingit is a Lexmark network server DoNe
RatingLecBce Service
RatingI have no lexmark computers - never have. My opinion - bad stuff
RatingPart of Lexmark software for USB printers - unfortunately it also blocks anything else from accessing anything else over USB - like USB modems and such. Whoopi
RatingLexmark MarkVision - confirgures a Lexmark printer's onboard network server. Waheed Islam
RatingUsed for Dell Lexmark network printers
Ratingno lexmark, but its in the task manager, i dont like it beipaw
RatingI uninstalled it.. now my printer doesn't work. I would leave it alone, as it obviously is a necessary file.
RatingIt's a Lexmark print spooler service. Dan Scott
RatingDid not uninstall after Lexmark printer was deleted NetworkCharles
Ratinglexbces.exe is a process which is associated with Lexmark MarkVision. This should be loaded in order to confirgure a Lexmark printer's onboard network server. This program is a non-essential system process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems. valu
Ratinglexmark Lexmark MarkVision - configures a Lexmark printer's onboard network server Michael Ebert
Ratingthe lexmark process can be removed safety from the task manager it will load up automaticly at the next reboot, but if you can't remove it from the task manager it mean bad stuff
RatingI does interfer with other programs (games, HP Printer, etc). Get rid of it if you do not have a Lexmark printer.
RatingLexmark Nope
RatingI do not now have and never have had a lexmark printer, but it was in taskmanager - as "lexbces.exE" - my guess is that it is an unwanted program when it has the capital E. Dennis Hall
RatingEven though I don't have a Lexmark anymore I have to keep it to allow my printers to work
RatingIf disabled under services it will compleatly romove all possible priting ability J.D. Kitchin
Ratingfirst time i found information istvan ormay
RatingLexmark Printer Datei (ist auf Windows Install CD drauf) nudlaug
RatingI installed an HP printer after uninstalling a broken Lexmark only to find the HP will not run without LEXBCES. Nesham
Ratingi have no lexmark printer either...wtf?
RatingLexBCE Server Dienst ist notwendig für den Druckerspooler
RatingI find that if I load zone alarm w/printer off, the LEXBCE questions why apparently and notices a "change".
RatingI have a small home network & lexbces.exe appear after sharing my Lexmark printer...
RatingThe print spooler service depends on it
Ratingnecessary for lexmark printers,end at your own (and your printers) risk KAMI
RatingI killed the service because I don't use a Lexmark printer anymore, and it kills the entire print spooler upon doing so. Amber
RatingI know my computer was lagging back and it was using my processor big time so I ended it and it started it's self back up Matthew
RatingPrinter changes registry spooler dll. You cannot delete it or no printer will spool. spudcat
RatingLexmark
RatingThis file IS from a Lexmark (or Dell) printer. When installed, it makes the print spooler (in services) dependent upon it so if you remove it, the print spooler does not work, and nothing can print. Not a virus, but pretty nasty. It also blocked the install of my HP printer/scanner/fax. I had to manually extract it from the registry and change the settings that made the spooler dependent on it - very dangerous D. Swastek
Ratingit has appeared and i am not sure about it i have been tryin to find out what is causin my cpu usage to surge but cant find any thing Erin
RatingDie Exe wählt sich automatisch ueber Modem ein. schraubernrw
Ratingdruckerwarteschlangendienst ist von der LEXBCES.EXE abhängig kraehe
RatingIt prevents me from opening Turbo-tax and Tripmaker. I see no need for it. mizja
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