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What is xrdd.exe?

xrdd.exe is part of xritedev Application and developed by X-Rite Inc. according to the xrdd.exe version information.

xrdd.exe's description is "xritedev Application"

xrdd.exe is digitally signed by X-Rite Incorporated.

xrdd.exe is usually located in the 'c:\program files (x86)\x-rite\devices\services\' folder.

If you have additional information about the file, please share it with the FreeFixer users by posting a comment at the bottom of this page.

Vendor and version information [?]

Product namexritedev Application
Company nameX-Rite Inc.
File descriptionxritedev Application
Internal namexritedev
Original filenamexritedev.exe
Legal copyrightCopyright (C) 2011
Product version2.2.2.103
File version210,000,000,130

The following is the available information on xrdd.exe:

PropertyValue
Product namexritedev Application
Company nameX-Rite Inc.
File descriptionxritedev Application
Internal namexritedev
Original filenamexritedev.exe
Legal copyrightCopyright (C) 2011
Product version2.2.2.103
File version210,000,000,130

Digital signatures [?]

This file has a valid digital signature.

PropertyValue
Signer nameX-Rite Incorporated
Certificate issuer nameVeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2010 CA
Certificate serial number59b2f404a4e9ba1119fe5d9ec76a1eee

Hashes [?]

PropertyValue
MD55de2803825313fbdf66dc7fa8b783507
SHA25676c24860ca567ce63d90f9f50d6c13454146bbef4205da3aeb933e2ae03585cb

Error Messages

These are some of the error messages that can appear related to xrdd.exe:

xrdd.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

xrdd.exe - Application Error. The instruction at "0xXXXXXXXX" referenced memory at "0xXXXXXXXX". The memory could not be "read/written". Click on OK to terminate the program.

xritedev Application has stopped working.

End Program - xrdd.exe. This program is not responding.

xrdd.exe is not a valid Win32 application.

xrdd.exe - Application Error. The application failed to initialize properly (0xXXXXXXXX). Click OK to terminate the application.

What will you do with xrdd.exe?

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What did other users do?

The poll result listed below shows what users chose to do with xrdd.exe. 83% have voted for removal. Based on votes from 12 users.

User vote results: There were 10 votes to remove and 2 votes to keep

NOTE: Please do not use this poll as the only source of input to determine what you will do with xrdd.exe. Only 12 users has voted so far so it does not offer a high degree of confidence.

Malware or legitimate?

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Comments

Please share with the other users what you think about this file. What does this file do? Is it legitimate or something that your computer is better without? Do you know how it was installed on your system? Did you install it yourself or did it come bundled with some other software? Is it running smoothly or do you get some error message? Any information that will help to document this file is welcome. Thank you for your contributions.

I'm reading all new comments so don't hesitate to post a question about the file. If I don't have the answer perhaps another user can help you.

dan ziegler writes

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xrdd.exe appeared on my computer when I installed the iprofiler software for X-Rite's i1Display colorimeter, a device used to calibrate and generate icc color management files for monitors. The device is place right on the monitor and analyzes a series of generated colors and then adjusts the monitor to display more accurate colors. The problem is that ever since I installed the software this program gets reinstalled at startup no matter what I do. I have disconnected the device, uninstalled all software, it does not appear in start up folder to disable, and I have even removed the x-rite folder where it resides in program files (x86)only to have that same folder recreated at startup when a window pops up saying it is installing the xrite services manager. This is a legitimate device and software but this behavior is annoying and quite unacceptable

# 3 Dec 2016, 10:53

Roger Karlsson writes

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@dan: Thank you for sharing! Did you find a solution to the automatic reinstalls?

# 6 Dec 2016, 11:59

dan ziegler writes

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Damn, you know, I did but can't remember how - sorry. I know I ultimately installed xrite's updated software and I don't have the problem anymore but I also remember doing some elaborate uninstalling and multiple reboots.

Oh yeah, I bit the bullet and ran free fixer which is unusual for me, I don't trust any of you guys and tend to believe that no one is in a better position to defend their own OS than Microsoft (I've been a Microsoft whore since the eighties) but you actually seemed sincere and independent. Freefixer found several references to xrdd.exe and clued me in to what I needed to do to stop the behavior

# 13 Dec 2016, 13:26

Roger Karlsson writes

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@Dan: Thank you very much for the feedback! Happy to hear FreeFixer was useful.

# 14 Dec 2016, 4:25

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