all ya have to do is read the file name DRIVER.CAB its not a car if thats what your asking. :D Share this post Link to post Share on other sites We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Why in the hell they want to monitor my printing habits? Sign In Sign Up News Back News Latest Microsoft Apple Software on Twitter on Facebook Forums Back Forums Browse All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Leaderboard Guidelines
Looking forward that information. Uses index files to minimize the performance impact on installing devices when the driver store grows in size as a result of new package additions. They had implemented this in Vista, and it is also present in Windows 7.
Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Might contain sp1.cab or sp2.cab if installing an integrated copy of the operating system (Slipstreamed CD).Sometimes Windows Updates will replace earlier versions of files contained in these cabs with newer versions. Started by bluesjunior , Jul 31 2009 06:14 AM Please log in to reply 1 reply to this topic #1 bluesjunior bluesjunior Members 761 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:06:14 PM Allows you to protect drivers by using the Windows Resource Protection(WRP).
He's all about slimming down XP. : ) Windows Pro Media 8.1 x64 | 8GB Ram | 500G HDD 7200 RPM | All that I know about my graphics is that If the driver is located in the Drivers.cab file then it can't be deleted. Click here to Register a free account now! Another funny thing is that, the required .exe file, Lexbecs.exe, is always running in the process.
Windows\DriverCache\i386 What is Driver Cache ? Definitely don't delete it (unless DjLizard says it's okay). Go to Start > Run and type: CMD , and hit enter. 2. Please try to give info on how intelligently the OS will pick up drivers which is stored, If there any driver confilicts how we can manage it automatically or so.
If I have to use Panasonic Printer, the print spooler should run all the time, which became dependent on this Lexmark exe file. With PnP devices it could be a real pain. So can I delete it or would that cause problems on my system? (I'm sure I had it deleted before I recently reformatted but can't remember whether I had and why.) after all these years, i have YET come across ANY reason to keep that 300+ megs of junk when it can be just as easily access from the Install source (a
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites freeza 8 Super Saiyan 3 8 6,154 posts Location: California OS: Windows 10 Technical Preview Phone: (626) 533-1007 Posted May navigate here The scanner that detected this is Kaspersky anti virus. -- Sarah Sarah, Nov 16, 2006 #5 Sarah Guest "Carey Frisch [MVP]" <> wrote in message news:%23esgv%... > 1. yup, save yourself a 70+ MB Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Winston 0 0 3,328 posts Location: Sydney, Australia Posted May 14, 2002 one thing Whenever I print something, one of this .exe files trying to access their server in California.
Later I figured out to disengage that dependency in the registry permanently and able to stop that file manually from the process every time I reboot. It's easy! Does that cab file get updated as new drivers are installed? Check This Out Earlier in Windows XP and 2000, the driver source files neeeded for installing the devices were typically found in several locations. %SystemRoot%\Driver Cache\i386\drivers.cab %SystemRoot%\Driver Cache\i386\service_pack.cab .inf files under %windir%inf .sys files
there is NO REASON to have a second copy on your hard drive. All trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. Reply April 24, 2009 at 6:17 PM Vivek's says: That would be great VJ.
I renamed that damn .exe file and it stopped bugging me, but printer print without any problem. In the Command Prompt window type: SFC /SCANNOW and hit enter. if Windows ever needs it, you can use the copy off your CD! http://easygiftsoftware.com/c-windows/c-windows-driver-cache-i386-download.html I may be wrong on some assumptions (since I haven't the time to prove them), but better safe than sorry.