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#16
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More than 50 processes running...

When I enter tasklist > tasks.txt, in the cmd.exe, I am told

"Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
© Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\Documents and Settings\Scott>tasklist > tasks.txt
'tasklist' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file."
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Interesting, either your path environment variable is messed up or your missing the file. It should be in

C:\Windows\system32\tasklist.exe

Try %windir%\system32\tasklist > tasks.txt
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Same thing...
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Crud! tasklist.exe only comes with XP Pro, not XP Home. Sorry for the confusion and waste of time.

Another way to get this information is by running Greg Topola's System Information for Windows (SIW)..
  • Click on Processes
  • Edit / Select All
  • Edit / Copy

Edited by Ztruker, 15 February 2008 - 09:00 PM.

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No luck. Just says it's not a specified path.

I searched all files too, nothing.
I looked 'manually' going through the folders. I found 'taskman.exe' but i can't open it.
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Haha.. Ok, no worries.
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There is no way to select all. No edit option.
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You have to click in the pane with the list of processes first, then you should be able to Select All and Copy.
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Nope.. I tried Ctrl+A too.. :)
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Try these instructions:
  • Download the Command Line Process Viewer/Killer/Suspender for Windows NT/2000/XP
  • Unzip the file to C:\WINDOWS\system32
  • Go to Start | Run, type cmd and press Enter
  • Copy the following command (by highlighting and clicking Ctrl-C):
    process > "%userprofile%\desktop\processes.txt"
  • Click the Posted Image image button in the upper left portion of the command prompt window title bar and choose Edit | Paste
  • You'll now see a file called "processes" on your desktop, attach this file to your next post in the thread

Regards,

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Command Line Process Viewer/Killer/Suspender for Windows NT/2000/XP V2.03
Copyright© 2002-2003 Craig.Peacock@beyondlogic.org

ImageName PID Threads Priority CPU Owner
Idle 0 2 0 38 Error 0x6 : The handle is invalid.

System 4 62 8 0 Error 0x5 : Access is denied.

smss.exe 740 3 11 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
csrss.exe 816 22 13 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
winlogon.exe 844 21 13 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
services.exe 888 16 9 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
lsass.exe 900 21 9 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
ati2evxx.exe 1056 5 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
svchost.exe 1072 18 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
svchost.exe 1160 11 8 0 Error 0x5 : Access is denied.

MsMpEng.exe 1200 15 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
svchost.exe 1240 78 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
svchost.exe 1284 5 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
svchost.exe 1560 20 8 0 Error 0x5 : Access is denied.

spoolsv.exe 1996 13 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
guard.exe 160 9 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
CTSVCCDA.EXE 180 2 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
GoogleUpdaterService.exe 220 7 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
lxczcoms.exe 240 5 13 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
svchost.exe 432 7 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
TAPPSRV.exe 480 3 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
alg.exe 784 5 8 0 Error 0x5 : Access is denied.

ati2evxx.exe 1456 6 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
ctfmon.exe 1640 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
SynTPEnh.exe 2384 4 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
RTHDCPL.exe 2396 5 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
agrsmmsg.exe 2404 2 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
THotkey.exe 2412 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
TPSMain.exe 2436 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
TvsTray.exe 2476 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
SmoothView.exe 2552 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
ybrwicon.exe 2600 4 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
VM_STI.EXE 2628 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
Toshiba.exe 2696 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
BTHelpNotifier.exe 2704 12 8 2 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
TPSBattM.exe 2732 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
GoogleDesktop.exe 2740 17 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
svchost.exe 2760 8 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
cledx.exe 2764 2 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
LXCZbmgr.exe 2784 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
ycommon.exe 2816 11 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
MSASCui.exe 2828 17 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
qttask.exe 2900 3 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
LXCZbmon.exe 2920 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
TOSCDSPD.exe 3028 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
GoogleDesktop.exe 3324 6 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
GoogleUpdater.exe 612 10 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
LastFMHelper.exe 348 3 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
sgmain.exe 1528 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
sgbhp.exe 2660 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
usnsvc.exe 2336 5 8 0 NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
MOTIVE~1.EXE 5172 3 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
BTHelp.exe 4248 11 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
mpbtn.exe 4152 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
explorer.exe 2012 15 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
Skype.exe 5320 24 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
skypePM.exe 5900 8 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
msnmsgr.exe 2252 48 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
wmplayer.exe 5428 37 8 1 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
LastFM.exe 2112 13 13 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
ybrowser.exe 5732 32 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
WinRAR.exe 6060 5 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
cmd.exe 4860 1 8 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
Process.exe 1880 1 13 0 TOSHIBA-A225\Scott
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Yikes! - you have 61 processes running. It's going to take me awhile to filter through all of them and see which ones can be disabled. I'll post back as soon as I have some information for you.

Edited by Ztruker, 16 February 2008 - 02:56 PM.

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Yeah, I thought it was 'a few too many'...

Cool, no worries... I appreciate all the help you've been giving.. :)
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Okay, looked everything up on at ProcessLibrary.com. These are my recommendations:

File							Recommendation
---------------------------	 ---------------------------------------------------
BTHelp.exe					  Disable
BTHelpNotifier.exe			  Disable
CTSVCCDA.EXE					Disable
GoogleDesktop.exe			   Uninstall
GoogleDesktop.exe			   Uninstall
GoogleUpdater.exe			   Uninstall
GoogleUpdaterService.exe		Uninstall
LXCZbmgr.exe					Lexmark button manger - leave or disable, up to you
LXCZbmon.exe					Lexmark button manger - leave or disable, up to you
LastFM.exe					  Music sharing - illegal? Disable
LastFMHelper.exe				Music sharing - illegal? Disable
MOTIVE~1.EXE					Motive System - ???
MSASCui.exe					 Microsoft Windows Defender
MsMpEng.exe					 Microsoft Windows Defender
RTHDCPL.exe					 RealTek - not needed but no harm - up to you
Skype.exe					   disable - can start when needed
SmoothView.exe				  Zooming Utility from TOSHIBA - disable
SynTPEnh.exe					Synaptics TYouch Pad - required
TAPPSRV.exe					 Toshiba Application Service - disble
THotkey.exe					 Toshibe hot keys - required
TOSCDSPD.exe					Toshiba Laptop CD/DVD - not needed - disable
TPSBattM.exe					Toshiba Power Saver Utility - not needed - disable
TPSMain.exe					 Toshiba manages the power save function - required
Toshiba.exe					 PlugIn Application from Synaptics - keep
TvsTray.exe					 Toshiba Virtual Sound application - not needed - disable
VM_STI.EXE					  Used with digital cameras - your choice
WinRAR.exe					  Okay
agrsmmsg.exe					SoftModem Assistan - keep
alg.exe						 XP file - keep
ati2evxx.exe					ATI Display Adapter - keep
ati2evxx.exe					ATI Display Adapter - keep
cledx.exe					   SyncroSoft system security - keep
csrss.exe					   Microsoft Client/Server Runtime - required
ctfmon.exe					  Alternative User Input MS Office - disable
explorer.exe					Required
guard.exe					   Phoenix Technologies - seems to be required
lsass.exe					   Required
lxczcoms.exe					??? No info available
mpbtn.exe					   Comcast Cable - not needed - disable
msnmsgr.exe					 MSN Messenger - disable if you don't use it for chat
qttask.exe					  QuickTime video streaming - not required - disable
services.exe					SpyWareGuard, Spyware Blaster - keep
sgbhp.exe					   SpyWareGuard, Spyware Blaster - keep
sgmain.exe					  SpyWareGuard, Spyware Blaster - keep
skypePM.exe					 disable - can start when needed
smss.exe						XP file - required
spoolsv.exe					 XP file - required
svchost.exe					 XP file - required
svchost.exe					 XP file - required
svchost.exe					 XP file - required
svchost.exe					 XP file - required
svchost.exe					 XP file - required
svchost.exe					 XP file - required
svchost.exe					 XP file - required
usnsvc.exe					  MSN Messenger - disable if you don't use it for chat
winlogon.exe					XP file - required
wmplayer.exe					Windows Media Player - does not need to run at boot - disable
ybrowser.exe					Yahoo BHO - disable
ybrwicon.exe					Yahoo BHO - disable
ycommon.exe					 Yahoo BHO - disable
Remember, anything you disable can be enabled if you find some function missing that you need.
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How do I go about doing these actions.

Also, Last.fm isn't a 'file sharing' or illegal program, I refer to it alot for music recommendations basically. Should I still disable?
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