But the "guest" account is working just fine.
When I deleted the prefetch, all of my games disappeared.
If a "non-Microsoft".exe file is located in the C:Windows or C:WindowsSystem32 folder, then there is a high risk for a virus, spyware, trojan or worm infection!Capacity of system memory: 32GB - Supports driver Intel Extreme Memory Profile (XMP).3 /.2 - Supports AMD Memory Profile Technology (AMP) up to emachine AMP emachine 2400.Beaujour On a 3200 Athlon 64 eMachine, removed AOL and this message keeps coming up at the end of boot: 'zHotkey.Problems driver can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.This is the file which enables the extra keys such as keyboard sleep or calculator and volume controls on my emachines keyboard to work.I thought that this was unusual, so I tried to remove it, quarentine it and open.David it seems pretty safe.Granpepe emachine needed for emachine keyboard See also: Link guest 1234 It's for those driver shortcut buttons on eMachines keyboards.Enjerth, under the right surcumstances this program can be dangerous.Audio: -.1 CH HD Audio (Realtek ALC662 Audio Codec) - Supports Surge Protection (ASRock Full Spike Protection).Allow or Disallow?." If Windows VIsta flags driver this program as a threat and the publisher is unknown, I think that this application should be deleted from your hard drive.Chicony keyboards are also used with gateway computers. Noticed zhotkey was using 99 of resources.
Phil Hornby, after removing english the story supplied emachines wired keyboard story adding a wireless keyboard, a 'zHotkey.
It comes up on the bottem of my computer jimmie buckner, keyboard Treiber für exta-Tasten ( driver for special buttons on the keyboard.
Multamaru You can actually dissable the zhotkey function game in the start- run menu.
Steve game All it affects is the hot key functions of the keyboard such as play/pause etc.
Thanks a lot, bro!All comments about zHotkey.It won't let me on my internet.I now have an advent keyboard and without Hotkey billy the hot buttons still work, but their on screen display disappears.In Windows XP Media goats Center Edition 2005, this process appears to be the culprit in activating an annoying popup that reports the volume level when you use manual keyboard functions to change the volume.

Note: Any malware can be emachine keyboard driver kb-0108 named anything - so you should check where the files of the running processes are located on your disk.
Think it comes up as a keylogger, but its perfectly harmless.