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If you are worried about seeing an error message related to Gfxui.exe, don’t worry because it has nothing to do with malware. This is a legitimate Intel Corporation file included in the Intel Graphics Properties component. It plays a crucial role in controlling the graphical user interface of Intel embedded video. This file can be found on various laptops, including Lenovo Thinkpad, HP Pavillion and Dell.
Usually, when this error occurs, it is caused by a pilot problem or safety issues. Be sure to try one of the following methods to get rid of it.
Enable Microsoft.NET Framework 3.5.1.
One of the reasons for this error could be a malfunction of .NET Framework 3.5. You can turn it on to see if the problem is solved:
1) On your keyboard, press the Windows and S keys simultaneously. Tap Rotate window, then click Enable or disable the Windows function.
2) Make sure that the box for .NET Framework 3.5 (including.NET 2.0 and 3.0) is black. Then click on OK.
3) Restart your computer. Check that the problem is solved.
4) If not, you must go to the Microsoft Support website to download.NET Framework 3.5. Then reinstall it. See if the same problem still exists.
LogMeIn is a remote desktop tool that allows users to connect to other people’s computers. It can be useful for many reasons and is generally a legal and popular tool for this purpose. However, if you have installed it on your computer and receive the error message “GfxUI has stopped working”, it is possible that this tool is responsible.
- Click the Start Menu button and open the Control Panel by searching for it or finding it in the Start menu (Windows 7 users). You can also click on the equipment icon to open the Application
- Settings if you are using Windows 10 as your operating system on your computer.
- In the Control Panel window, switch to View mode under : Category in the upper right corner and click on Uninstall a program in the Programs section.
- If you are using the Windows 10 settings, click on the Applications section of the Settings window to open a list of all the programs installed on your computer.
- In the list, locate LogMeIn in Settings or Control Panel, click it once, then click the Uninstall button in the Uninstall a program window. Confirm all dialog options to uninstall the tool and follow the instructions on the screen.
Download the drivers and install them manually from the website.
a. Go to Start, right-click on Computer and choose Manage. This opens the Computer Management window, where you can select Device Manager from the left sidebar.
b. Then go to Display Adapters, right-click on the name and click Uninstall.
To reinstall the drivers, right-click on the name of your card and then click Update Driver.
c. You have two options here: Click on the option “Automatically check for driver software update”.
If the problem persists, uninstall the driver, then download and install it from the manufacturer’s website.
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