By the way, ezSP_Px.exe process always shows 0% CPU usage on Task Manager.
That's okay. There may be something going on behind the scenes.
Which right now, I have 2 sides of me. One side saying were headed in the wrong direction again. And the other side saying "I don't wanna pass up the answer, let's try this out anyway."
So...I will give you complete instructions, using that other guy's as a model. That way you won't be confused.
First call up taskmanager by right
-clicking on the taskbar (at the bottom of the screen) then choosing Task Manager
If the Processes
tab is not selected already, click on it so you can see that tab. Next, find the ezSP_Px.exe
program (under the Image Name catagory) and click on it. Now click on End Task
Exit out of that window and go to Start
and type regedit
and press enter.
Before we make any changes, let's do a backup of your registry. At the very top of the left panel, click on My Computer
. In the menu at the top, click on Registry
(or it might be File
for XP) and select Export Registry File
. In the window that appears, click the drop-down arrow at the top and select your C:\
drive. Name the backup as today's date. And click Save
Now, once it is saved, we can procede. Use the left window to navigate to the following location: hkey_localmachine
Now look in the right panel for the ezSP_Px.exe
. Click on it and delete it.
Now you can exit that window. Go back to Start
. Make sure everything is unchecked, like we were trying earlier, and then reboot.
Let me know how everything is, and also check msconfig
again to make sure everything is disabled. If you are still having problems, we will use Filemon again, since there will be a minimum of things running and it will be easier to spot what is wrong.
If the problem persists after removing that program, and I don't see anything in filemon, we may have to format and start fresh. I hate giving up, which is why we've worked on it for so long, but there are times when we just have to give in