I'm working on a friend's computer. It's an old junker, she had some spyware and adware, and she had a few programs that were freezing up her system (weren't working properly) and affecting her taskbar. I cleaned all the crap out of it, and it's working a lot smoother now (a whole whopping 500mhz desktop ibm). There's one problem i'm having though, and i figured i'd post here to see what kinda feedback i get on it.
Everytime the computer boots up there is a program that doesn't work properly that might be associated with windows. Whenever the system boots up, i check the task manager, and the program is "NOT RESPONDING". This lags the system and when it's time to shut down, i have to terminate the program through the task manager in order to get windows to shut down properly.
I can't seem to figure out what this program is for, i'll admit i haven't done my searches on google for it yet, although i will after i post this. I've clicked "END TASK" on this program once the pc boots up and it doesn't seem to affect anything that i can see ( i tried to figure out what it would do or what it would affect if i shut it down WHILE USING THE PC NORMALLY).
Here's what it is:
Any ideas or feedback as to what it is and what it does? I also tried searching for the file "wnsapisv" on the pc and it wasnt found at all.
I'll add that everything is updated on the computer, its a WIN98 SE machine.
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