trueimagemonitor.exe is startup/msconfig. Slow down computer and cause errors

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by bobhoffman, May 14, 2005.

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  1. bobhoffman

    bobhoffman Guest

    Since installing the program I have noticed huge problems in performance.
    I made a backup of my drive (thank god) but acronis is on it.

    How do I get the trueimagemonitor to not be in msconfig without the old 'unselect'. In other words, the program itself must have a setting right?

    Problems encountered- whenever I delete an item in my explorer the 'deleting file' box comes up and never goes away. SOmetimes I can click it to close but the cancel does not work. Most times I need to ctrl alt delete and end process of my windows explorer. There is no other way.

    Some problems in other areas too, alld ealing with files and file moving.

    This program has severely slowed down the computer. Uninstalling it makes the computer run super fast. So how do I disable this stuff via the program itself and not by playing with the boot/msconfig/registry.

    I was really happy with this program until I realized it is killing my operation oin my computer.

  2. mareke

    mareke Registered Member

    Oct 19, 2004
    Sydney Australia
    Acronis should not have caused the sort of problems you describe. You might try uninstalling it and seeing if the problems disappear. I've noticed no performance hit on my computer and certainly non of the sort of problems you describe after installing Acronis and I cannot remember seeing any other reports similar to yours so it is doubtful that Acronis is the cause. If it is then your computer is the only one I've heard causing such problems. Perhaps your computer is close to the minimum requirements for installing Acronis and that is causing the performance hit but I've seen it run on older slower computers without any problems.
  3. jmk94903

    jmk94903 Registered Member

    Jul 10, 2004
    San Rafael, CA
    Hi Bob,

    This is very unusual. As far as I know there is no way to disable parts of the program within TrueImage.

    It would be helpful if you posted details about your system: operating system, motherboard, CPU, memory, disk drives in interface, other software that relates to drives such as packet writing, disk optimization, etc.
  4. tronic592001

    tronic592001 Registered Member

    Feb 23, 2005
    Wales uk
    if you download a program called

    then goto Startuplist

    then you can see exactly what you do need in your msconfig:

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