This annoying process has bothered me from day 1. I have disabled the actual MSN Messenger program that appears in the System Tray, but the process remains, despite my best efforts in msconfig to kill it. mscongif lists both the service and the start up link as unchecked, and in the case of the serivce, stropped. But the blasted thing still appears in my process lists and uses 8megs of memory. How do I safely kill this thing permanently, or can I? I do remember when I tried to manually exit the sys tray messenger it said somethign along the lines of "Windows or other applications need ths program." Any ideas?
AGP won\'t fit in PCI-E... unless you use a really good hammer. ~Trotter