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Sometimes lxdxmsdmon.exe slow my computer down, and it uses almost all of my cpu. What can I do to solve this problem now and in the future.

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Lxdxmsdmon.exe (3600-4600 Series Lexmark Monitor)On start up so you can stop it in the task manager.Find right click and end process. Or : Run -> msconfig -->start up -->uncheck.

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