Our database contains single file for filename roxwatchtray14.exe. This file belongs to product CommonSDK and was developed by company Corel Corporation. This file has description RoxMMTrayApp Module. 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 roxwatchtray14.exe.
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- Corel Corporation
- RoxMMTrayApp Module
- %PROGRAMFILES%\Roxio Creator NXT\Common
- Operating System:
- Windows 7
- November 19, 2012
Is the Process "roxwatchtray14.exe" Safe or Threat ?
SAFErating from user Mais (Variant: 15755575)
My PC had both REAL Video and CreatorNXT installed. Neither was working properly. Today uninstalled REAL. On restart a notice appeared re: "roxwatchtray14.exe" being unable to function due to a missing msi file. Took awhile to figure out, but conclude that CreatorNXT and REAL must both either use same memory reference or data, and by uninstalling REAL, deleted the reference and also made Creator unuable, too. Solved: uninstalled Creator: restarted, installed Creator again. Seems Ok now. BTW: roxwatchtray seems to be is a part of a drop down window in Creator NXT in program section "Transfer Video." Don't know if this conflict is due to REAL or Creator or perhaps other video downloaders (PS: before do any of this I ran SpyBot and Malwarebyte: no problem.