I made a similar post a few weeks ago but no one replied to my question. So I'm trying again. I just woke my Mac up after a 4 hour nap while it was running a screensaver and as soon as the screen came on it was acting like it was gonna crash on me. Everything was EXTREMELY slow and would hardly respond. I waited and waited for activity monitor to come up and saw that the two Lexmark drivers I have installed were hogging every ounce of processing speed. One was running at 40% and the other was at 30%. This always happens if I don't delete these process right after I startup. They exponentially start to take up more CPU. So! My question once again is, is there a way to completely restrict these processes from coming up at startup? I don't need the processes to print. They are used to watch if one of the printer's buttons are being used, which I don't. Please help me. Lexmark is giving me hell!