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LostMind

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Hey i have way to many Processes when i 1st started i hade like 9-10 now i have 35 how can i make these go away
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Click start then run, type msconfig then press enter

Click start up, remove the ticks for unwanted programmes, click apply and reboot

Tick do not start the configuration utility when windows gets to the desktop

Check the firewall, anti virus and any anti spyware programmes are running
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I have removed every thing and i still have 35 proccess lol
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i have the same problem...
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Travis Longley

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35 processes when you hit alt-control-delete and go to the processes tab? That is nothing dont worry. I have 203
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Click start then run, type prefetch then press enter, click edit, select all, right click any file, click delete, confirm, reboot

Check processes when it gets to the desktop
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For what I have learned about controlling background/startup processes, with links to useful tools and informational sites, see my post: http://doc1101.vox.com/ To visit the links, copy and paste to your browser address box in a new tab.
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