What is Hkext3.exe

HKExt3

File description

Hkext3.exe with description HKExt3 is a process file from an unknown company belonging to an unknown product.
The file is not digitally signed.

Automatic startup locations

001 Running Processes
002 Autorun registry entries local machine

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User comments

It appeared after installing the official software of Genius SlimStar 220Pro keyboard. Probably it has a connection with it.
I got also a slimstar 220, it could be it's driver or smmthing
I also got a slimstar installed, so probably HKExt refers to the HotKeysExtension for the keyboard
It is indeed the KB's HKE
i have a genius keyboard too, at start up i get this 2 errors: Mhotkey.exe and HKext3.exe


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