What is kick.exe

kick.exe is a process from -. It can be found in the location of C:\Windows\System32. It is a potential security risk which can be modified maliciously by virus. kick.exe virus should be disabled and removed if it was attacked and brought you windows xp/vista/7 errors.




Common kick.exe Error Messages


  • "Cannot find file kick.exe"
  • "Error run kick.exe"
  • "A required DLL, kick.exe was not found"
  • "Error starting the application because kick.exe"
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    Common problems:


  • "This process uses excessive CPU time"
  • "This process has encountered a problem and needs to close"
  • "This process tries to connect to microsoft.com"
  • "This process continues running after closing all Microsoft Office applications"
  • "This process has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
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    kick.exe error can be caused by any of the below possibilities.

  • Serious Malware Attacks
  • Surprising number of registry errors, DLL errors, EXE errors and other obscure system errors
  • Deteriorate Windows operating system performance
  • A control panel (.cpl) file is damaged
  • Incompatibility in the hardware
  • Non-removal registry files
  • Windows shutdown problems
  • A mass of empty registry keys, embedded keys, invalid uninstall entries, sound sections, help sections, invalid shortcuts and invalid file extensions
  • Damaged swap file
  • Invalid Windows Registry
  • Shortage of RAM
  • Conflicts in the programs
  • Browser contain additional components
  • Crashed computer
  • Incorrect BIOS configuration
  • System crashes
  • Third-party software that is damaged or incorrectly installed