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Rykin

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hi, i seem to have the exact same problem as Neil here

ive tried to figure this out myself, but to no avail
im hoping that i could get some help figuring this one out.
thanks for any help in advance, id be glad to answer any questions to help
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Rorschach112

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Fssm32.exe is related to F-Secure internet security

Disabling it will fix it
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how would i go about disabling it then?

the whole program? i need an antivirus, or something of the sorts
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Its going to be tough to disable it

If it was me, I would just remove it all via Add/Remove programs, and install something that isn't such a resource hog, like Avira
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sounds like a plan....
im gonna reinstall OS soon

im thinking of just not installing any programs of the likes
never had any sort of satisfaction with any of them
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