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Der Prozess Cleanup gehört zur Software Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup der Firma Macrovision Europe (www.macrovision.com).

Charakteristik: ~e5.0001 ist für Windows nicht notwendig und macht häufig Probleme. ~e5.0001 befindet sich in einem Unterordner vom Profilordner des Benutzers oder manchmal im Windows Ordner für temporäre Dateien oder in einem Unterordner von C:\Windows oder in einem Unterordner von "C:\Programme". Bekannte Dateigrößen unter Windows 10/8/7/XP sind 72192 Bytes (69% aller Vorkommen), 59392 Bytes, 73276 Bytes oder 59964 Bytes. http://www.file.net/prozess/~e5.0001.html 
Die Software hat kein sichtbares Fenster. Diese Datei ist keine Datei, die vom Windows System unbedingt benötigt wird. Deshalb bewerten wir diese Datei zu 43% als gefährlich, aber vergleichen Sie diese Wertung mit den Mitglieder Meinungen.

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It is not a dangerous file. It is a file used with games as a copy protection method, it will only slow down your PC if it is a copied game or running a "No CD cracked version" or similar. However it may have a minor effect on older systems
  Pete Davidson  
Safedisk copy protection - do not disbale or remove while playing a copy protected game, or runing a safedisk copy protected progrm from removeable media - more then one instance can be runing if you have have a safedisk clone such as daemon tools
  Random Google user   (weitere Info's)
I've got Sims 2 and Battle for Middle Earth (both EA) I agree, I've seen it run when I start either of the programs, both with no-cd cracks. It seems to slow down the machine too. Not harmful beyond that.
e5.0001 is part of Quake 4's copy protection. However, when the game crashes, even if you kill the processes involved with the game, it causes enourmas lag time in Windows GUI - i.e. opening, resizing, minimizing, and scrolling through webpages.
  Anthony Stump  
"With Update Service for Games, game publishers can increase game revenue by delivering targeted marketing messages directly to gamers desktops at their most receptive moment - when they are actively playing a game." Or their most annoyed moment..............."Gather usage statistics from your customers on how your game is being consumed to make more intelligent development and marketing decisions " I think there is more to this file than just some "cleanup" or safedisk thing, greedy bastids...
Basically it came in this game Nexus, I played it on computer and loaded it up on to my friends computer.. when we were playing I noticed that his computer was slowing down. He also has 1/2 the amount of RAM then I do.. but this program did make my game crash. So i think it can be harmless, I hope. I did a virus scan and nothing came up. So i think that its safe. I didnt notice it because my game never slowed down. To fix this problem I would just recommend that everyone just upgrade their RAM. Try 1G or 512MB. I have 512MB and never noticed the problem. Good Luck everyone.
It creates temp file '~df394b.tmp' which protected game loads as a dll. Also, the game won't run if it can't create this file at startup. Btw, I don't think it eats much resources, imo mp3 music slows everything much more.
This file is added into every game by Electronic Arts and some by Macrovision, as game 'copy' verification. It is known to be buggy on certain computer configurations, however, the games that this file is built into will not load or run if this process isn't running. Completely harmless, although it tends to hog system resources for lower end computers.
eats up mem , opens several times (3times im my case)
faure's right it closes down certain games when you shut it off. Almost certainly copy protection as it runs when I use a .iso of FM 2005. Seems it affects different computers in different ways though
It is a copy protection file. All you pirates out their bitching about your computer slowing down, go and for out the $30-$50 for the game like the rest of us. It doesn't screw with your computers, stop whining.
Runs during Civ4, causing the GUI interface to completely disappear until you go into Task Manager and turn it off. Doing so does NOT stop Civ4, but returns the GUI to normal. The GUI does not return otherwise, no matter how long you wait, making the game virtually unplayable.
Shows up when I'm playing or after I've been playing The Sims 2 (EA Games). Slows my computer to an Almost halt after I close the Sims (despite the memory upgrades I just made)...Makes it almost imossible to shut down without going through the Taskbar and closing programs manually.
This file is safe, Comes standard with EA games or other software companies using similiar copy protection software. Non-Harmful, Doesn't take up much space, the problems users here are encountering have nothing to do with this file.. Unless You are running a computer at around 300mhz and 64mb of memory, and if you are - just stop gaming lol..
  James B.  
It's a CD copy protection. It runs whenever you run a game with a copy protection disk. Usually DVD, but found on some CD-roms. Most dangerous at all. In fact essential if you wish to continue running the game. If you stop this file running at startup it will not run the game with a DLL error.
Allrighty From what i've gathered it's come kinda copy right crap? and if you want your game to run you gotta have it? I after 14 or more hours of playing Rome Total War noticed my computer continuously reading something even after i quit the game(was a real pain) so immediately i expected fowl play. ctrl alt delete(looked for anything i've not seen before). Found the ~e(whatever) was like son of a !@#%^ ended the process. BOOM computer stops reading everything take note the supposib resources it was using was 0. I can't Say I like this problem and it does slow down the computer.
Related to EA Titles, Shows as being tied to CoD2.exe, software is from Macrovision, Label is cleanup. /n likely used for copy protection. Doesn't degrade performance on machines within recommended specs.
  pagerwho   (weitere Info's)
Don't touch the file or you will experience the slowness people report. If you leave it alone, it sits there completely idle. If you are running cracked games, the process may not shut down correctly. Solution? Don't use cracked games. There is no actual file called "~e5.0001", it is embedded in the game itself and launched dynamically. If it lags the game you probably have way under the minimum specs OR an infected system (adware, malware, viruses, etc).
It looks like "~5.0001" starts up in the Temp folder when Sims 2 is launched, .It's not trying to install any other "services" in the background. It's not trying to connect to the internet, and it doens't look like it can execute on its own, Otherwise it would've failed in this limited user account, I tested it in. I've played the game both with the legal CD and then with Deamon V4.03HE. I didn't notice any difference in the frame rate, at least not on this computer. I suppose EA could perfect this software to be more processor/memory friendly for older computers, but it's safe.........
  Mr. Jutsa'Guy  
it runs with Battlefield2 and slows the game and my computer down. I searched ~e5.0001 in my computer and found a file in the prefetch folder that I then deleted, but then when I turned BF2 on again cleanup was in my processes. It crashes the game often.
Copy protection for Civ4. I made .mds files of cd image for my laptop (hate taking games on trips), and this in combo with sd4hide.exe makes macrovision copyprotection worthless. Is a piece of sh oh yah you know
It seems to start when I run BF2 and mentioned by other users, I've also had the same problem with BF2 not starting past the splash screen, killing the bf2 and ~e5.0001 processes allows the game to start, it seems to be killed off once the game is quit. The file is in my Local Settings\Temp directory, All AV checks are clean. The makers could have given the file a better name. I'm guessing that this is part of EA and possibly other manufacturers software, difficult to tell what it's doing.
I found it when i had to reinstall windows xp, at first i thought it was i virus that was stopping me play BF2142 as that was the fist game i reinstalled, i dont want to try any other games until get to the bottom of this, it was not there before i had my system working and i was running all sorts of games, i think it is a virus that got in before i updated McAfee 7 firewall, i tried to go into safe mode to wipe it from there and could not, system crashed, thats the first time ever after new windows so that tells me its nasty and was 1 step a head of me and new what i was going to do kill it
  Brian J  
I only ever run legit software and I have 2gb RAM with a Dual Core AMD 4400 processor and a NVidia 7900GT 256 MB card. When playing FM2006, as soon as I go to the check "finances screen" the game becomes too slow to play and this file is resident in my CPU processes.
I didn't know ~e5.0001 existed until I updated McAfee security center. That's when my game, that I have been playing for two weeks without a problem, decided not to start. The game is legit, not copied or downloaded. I had to turn off McAfee firewall to get it to start. The game does crash every once in a while, but I can't say if ~e5.0001 is to blame. I probably just need to upgrade a couple of things on my computer.
Allow "Cleanup" in your firewall programs to run and you will not get the ~e5.0001 error, When I tried to run BF2 i got the error and when I stopped the program kill and allowed it to run in the processes it worked and now I am back to playing BF2.
It is program used by "EA" and "Macrovision Europe LTD." and can be found in your firewall setting under programs named "Cleanup" and after I upgraded my Zonealarm firewall either it killed the process or I did, It would let it run in the background and after researching and then got a brainfart looked and found it to be a killed process gave it a "ask" setting, I proceeded to fire up BF2 again and the error didnt happen. So it is an Essential file for any EA game that needs it.
  Jeff "Eastwood01"  
It obviously is tied to EA games but I can not get BF2 or BF2142 to run now that I have installed a new antivirus and firewall. It takes up 95-98% of my CPU and the game never gets past the splash screen. Anyone have any ideas?
it's some sort of copy protection file used by EA. anti-viruses don't like it - turn yours off if your games are crashing. sometimes it sticks around after you exit a game. end the process - it's just wasting space.
I use Chilton Labor Guide 2004 Ver 4.0.1 (Db Ver 6.1.0) and this process is started by the main program and it stays running for until you close the application. I noticed it slows the computer down some, until now it was more of an annoyance than a real problem. However, I went to SBC/Yahoo DSL it creates a bit more of problem. Apparently Yahoo Messenger and "~e5.0001" don't get along to well. The Chilton app will not load until I "Kill the messenger". All I know is that if when kill "~e5.0001" it takes Chilton with it. I have talked to the tech support folks but they don't help much.
i know it runs in civ iv and game crashes slows my pc bad and i have 768 ram and a fat graphics card so its not jus low end pcs with civ total bummer! you also have to have both cd's in to play the game! its all bs if u ask me!!!
Reeko Phto Copy Machine E-5
Diese Datei überprüft beim Start eines "Spiels" wie zB. CoD 5 , ob eine CD eingelegt ist oder nicht, Ich habe sie oftmals prüfen lassen und sie war nie gefährlich.


Zusammenfassung: Durchschnittliche Bewertung von ~e5.0001: basierend auf 221 Bewertungen mit 33 Kommentaren. 87 Mitglieder halten ~e5.0001 notwendig für Windows bzw. für eine installierte Software. 20 Mitglieder halten es für ungefährlich. 50 Mitglieder halten es weder für wichtig noch für gefährlich. 35 Mitglieder vermuten Gefahr. 29 Mitglieder halten es für schädlich und empfehlen, ~e5.0001 zu deinstallieren. 37 Mitglieder gaben kein Urteil ab ("bin nicht sicher").

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