We present EUVE survey results for moderate column directions containing known low-mass X-ray binaries (LMXB). We derive Lexan band (100 Å) count rates and upper limits for nearly 40 LMXB chosen generally with EB-V
≤ 0.3. Detections include Sco X-1, Her X-1, and the GRO transient CJ0422+32. Super soft sources in the LMC yield 3 σ upper limits of ≤ 10 counts ks−1. The extrapolation of two component spectral models (such as blackbody plus thermal bremsstrahlung), are in agreement with the survey upper limits. Contemporary LMXB spectral models, which involve Comptonization in an inner disk corona, predict a large flux of EUV photons. If the above model is correct in the EUV, such a component could be detected in source with low column densities. We argue that additional intrasystem column hampers its detection.