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xp_erience

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I recently deleted a program file called PS2.exe that was in my add/remove programs list.

My computer has not been affected as far as i can tell. I didnt like that i didn't know what it was and have never seen it before.


Anyone know what it was..? :tazz:


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Hi xp_erience...Welcome to G2G!

ps2.exe (PS 2) - Details: The program ps2.exe is used to allow multimedia keys on Hewlett Packard keyboards to function correctly. If you stop this process all of the 'normal' keys on the keyboard should still function, but the multimedia keys will not. Only stop this process if it is causing instability to your system.


Whoops! You may have wanted to keep this one. I found the above information here: http://www.auditmypc...process/ps2.asp

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PS/2 is the kind of connection your keyboard is ususally. Yeah, you should of kept this one.
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Crud, you spell it out as P/S 2, and i feel silly not realizing that.. :tazz:


At the time i was having problems with my computer, so better safe then sorry, as i had never seen the thing before.

Anyway, so far i haven't noticed a single problem, and i dont have a multimedia keyboard to begin with, so, haha, oh well.


Thanks guys. Thanks Wannabe. Will keep it on, next reformat. =P


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