What is the "connect.exe" ? Variant 404027

Our database contains 336 different files for filename connect.exe but this page contains information about single file with specific attributes. If you want to see general information about the connect.exe then visit General Information Page . You can also check most distributed file variants with name connect.exe. This file belongs to product Belkin USB Print and Storage Center and was developed by company Belkin International, Inc.. This file has description Belkin USB Print and Storage Center. Agregate rating is 5(5) stars - based on 1 reviews.This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process connect.exe.

connect.exe Process
Belkin USB Print and Storage Center
Belkin International, Inc.
Belkin USB Print and Storage Center
%PROGRAMFILES%\Belkin\Belkin USB Print and Storage Center
Operating System:
Windows XP
Low oc0

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  • SAFErating from user Butcher (Variant: 404027)

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    I have had my Belkin router for roughly a year and having the same problem recently. Connect.exe is pegging out my CPU on two of my three laptops. C:\Program Files\Belkin\Network USB Hub Control Center\Connect.exe I don't have a solution at the moment but am looking. When I stop Connect.exe the computers speed back up and it doesnt kill my internet connection but it does shut down the connection to the USB HardDrive I have plugged into the Belkin router for backup storage. I have had this Router for about a year and the problem just started last week. One strange coincidence that probably isn't related is that my neighbor had Verizon FIOS installed last week and they cut my FIOS line when digging to install hers. They fixed it immediately within 30 minutes but this is about the same time my Belkin router started pegging out my CPU on two different laptops. I can't explain why the third one is OK so far.