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  1. #31
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    Re: processes, cpu usage, commit charge -- where do I stand?

    right, back to you... i have put a check in the box of each one i think you need to delete. The will be a few more but i think we should start with these.

    http://www.briem.demon.co.uk/hijackthis.jpg

    also before you delete anything i would like it if someone else checked what i have said first...

    after deleting any files it will probably be worth running some spyware and adware cleaning programs. I use Spybot Search and Destroy and Adaware both of which are available from http://www.download.com

    Seb
    KIUHB 0325 1800+ @ 2200 (200x11) ~ Thermalright AX-7 w/ panaflo H1A ~ abit NF7-S rev 2 ~ 1Gb crucial DDR (2x256 pc2100, 512 pc3200) ~ Connect 3d radeon 9700pro ~ SB audigy eX ~ 2x IBM deskstar 60Gxp 40Gb in RAID0 ~ CTX PR960F 19" monitor ~ CTX PR500F 15" monitor ~ 550w Q- tec PSU

  2. #32
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    Re: processes, cpu usage, commit charge -- where do I stand?

    With Realtek Sound Manager, Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Daemon Tools, AIM, and iTouch(logitech keyboard software), and Firefox open im running 29 processes. CPU usage is at 0% occasionaly bumping to 2, or 4.

    Commit Charge is 260M/2459M.

    There are deffinatly a few processes I could shut down as well. Your lookin pretty high.

  3. #33
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    Re: processes, cpu usage, commit charge -- where do I stand?

    drugs are bad

    i just keep essential things in the background, could do with some slimming down on some processes

  4. #34
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    Re: processes, cpu usage, commit charge -- where do I stand?

    Quote Originally Posted by sebvanaaken
    right, back to you... i have put a check in the box of each one i think you need to delete. The will be a few more but i think we should start with these.

    http://www.briem.demon.co.uk/hijackthis.jpg

    also before you delete anything i would like it if someone else checked what i have said first...

    after deleting any files it will probably be worth running some spyware and adware cleaning programs. I use Spybot Search and Destroy and Adaware both of which are available from http://www.download.com

    Seb
    after those last two ever so useful posts i thought i would bump up the thread...

    can someone please check the things i have earmarked for deletion before this guy removes them.

    Thanks

    Seb
    KIUHB 0325 1800+ @ 2200 (200x11) ~ Thermalright AX-7 w/ panaflo H1A ~ abit NF7-S rev 2 ~ 1Gb crucial DDR (2x256 pc2100, 512 pc3200) ~ Connect 3d radeon 9700pro ~ SB audigy eX ~ 2x IBM deskstar 60Gxp 40Gb in RAID0 ~ CTX PR960F 19" monitor ~ CTX PR500F 15" monitor ~ 550w Q- tec PSU

  5. #35
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    Re: processes, cpu usage, commit charge -- where do I stand?

    Le't get some help on this over at the Spyware, Trojans, and Viruses forum.

  6. #36
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    Re: processes, cpu usage, commit charge -- where do I stand?

    thanks...i'll wait before deleting this stuff. let me know what you guys here

    hubes

  7. #37
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    Re: processes, cpu usage, commit charge -- where do I stand?

    Hi Hubie,

    Yep - sure looks like you have a LOT of crap on there.

    Rather than posting a screenshot - could you paste the FULL HiJackThis log directing into this thread. The reason being is that half the entries are off the bottom of the page on your screenshot.

    OK, this is going to be a multistep process to clean all this stuff.

    I'd also recommend you visit kaspersky and do a full online virus scan:

    http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner

    That should get rid of the majority of the junk for you, then we can look at what's left.

    Might be a good idea to post your HJT log again after running that online scan.

    Ned

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