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Discussion in 'FirstDefense-ISR Forum' started by WWS, Sep 16, 2011.

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  1. WWS

    WWS Registered Member

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    Can I uncheck FDISR from the startup list?
    And just pin a shortcut to it on the task bar?
     
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    probably-- the isr service would still be running, but you couldn't interact with it without the program interface (what you're wanting to manually run). but i doubt there's any harm in what you want to do- give it a try and let us know
     
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    Taking FDISR off the start up list didn't make any change in the start up speed
    so I put it back the way it was.
    I was eliminating things to try to find out why I was having hangups at the Windows logo screen resulting in long startups or forced reboots.
    I found out that by removing Sandboxie from the list, my startups
    haven't misbehaved since...now constantly around 40 seconds with
    no hangups.

    Thanks, guys.
     
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    sandboxie was slowing you down? thats peculiar- its usually very light and trouble-free, is it not? its probably more that it's conflicting with some other security software, which could be fixed by configuring the compatibilities within sandboxie's menu. upgrading to latest version couldnt hurt as well
     
  6. WWS

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    I put Sandboxie back in the startup list.
    I was only one update behind.
    I'll see how it goes.
     
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    what happened?
     
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    So far, startup times are good.
    Still, about 40 seconds.
     
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