What is fx.exe

fx.exe is a process from SMSoft. It can be found in the location of C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\. It is a potential security risk which can be modified maliciously by virus. fx.exe virus should be disabled and removed if it was attacked and brought you windows xp/vista/7 errors.

Common fx.exe Error Messages

  • "File fx.exe is missing."
  • "Could not find C:\Windows\system32\ fx.exe"
  • "fx.exe Not Found"
  • "The file fx.exe has not been found."
  • "Cannot find file fx.exe"
  • How to fix fx.exe error automatic

    Follow the instruction to Free Scan your computer and fix related errors

  • Step1: Download the fx.exe error Repair Tool.
  • Step2: Click "Save File" and follow the on-screen instructions to install the program.
  • Step3: Click "Scan Now" to scan over your computer.
  • Step4: Click the "Repair All" button to fix exe error and speed up computer.

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    Common problems:

  • "This process uses excessive CPU time"
  • "This process uses 100% CPU time"
  • "This process continues running after closing all Microsoft Office applications"
  • "Illegal System DLL Relocation"
  • "This process tries to connect to microsoft.com"
  • "This process has encountered a problem and needs to close"
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    fx.exe error can be caused by any of the below possibilities.

  • Spyware infection
  • Sluggish system performance
  • Damaged password list
  • System crashes
  • Browser crashes
  • BIOS settings for Wait states, RAM timing, or other BIOS settings
  • Missing, corrupt or incompatible version of file
  • Damaged or invalid process
  • A control panel (.cpl) file is damaged
  • Incorrectly installed third-party software
  • Lower and lower CPU usage
  • Corrupt or damaged application files
  • Unable to boot up
  • Blue screen of Death errors
  • Damaged or incorrect version of the fx.exe file
  • Third-party software that is damaged or incorrectly installed
  • Viruses infection