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Old 05-07-2004, 12:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im not sure how to say it in english because my computer isnt English
but when i start the computer in the task manager in proccesses i already have some "inactive procces" or something like that.
i entered MSCONFIG and dischecked modt of the stuff there and left 3 things of the OS
whats the problem?
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Old 05-08-2004, 05:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Can you list what you saw in MSCONFIG?
What Operating System are you using?

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can you 'print screen' and paste into paint what you have in task manager so we know what you mean
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i cant copy it to here because my computer is in hebrew so you wont understand, im not sure its "inactive proccess" maybe stuck or something i dont know how to call it
im using XP
in the msconfig i dismarked them all excpet NVCPL which its command is in system32
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What do you mean by 'inactive process." I've never seen that before, did you mean and application thats Not Responding? What process/application exactly is it that is "inactive?"

NVCPL.dll is an nVidia nVidia Control Panel Display Properties Extensions applet. It allows for nVidia specific tabs in Display Properties.
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look
like in the task manager there is "not responding" in the task manager in the proccesses tab there is a big list and one of them is instead of writing like "ICQ" in the name it writes something like "inactive proccess" or "stuck proccess" or "not responding procces" or something with that meaning and i cant "End procces" because the "user" is "system"
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all "user" progs are "system"?
I think the OS wants to be its own user... lol
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