ESS Daily scan hangs at 46%

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  1. BarneyBadass

    BarneyBadass Registered Member

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    I'm running XP Pro with all service applied.

    Every day, ESS is set to scan the system at 02:00. It seems to hang at 46% od scanning "D" drive. If I get up and look at it in the morning (say 10:00) it's at the same place.

    I have 2 WD5000AAKS SATA II HDD's .... not in any RAID config.

    ESS beta 2.0

    Thoughts?

    system looks like:

    Snapshot Time......... : 2007-09-21 03:50:45
    Computer Name......... :
    Computer Model/Type... : P5W DH Deluxe
    Computer Serial Number : System Serial Number
    Computer OEM.......... : ASUSTEK COMPUTER INC
    Machine Domain........ :
    CPU Type.............. : x86 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 6
    CPU Name.............. : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6600 @ 2.40GHz
    CPU Vendor............ : GenuineIntel
    BIOS Date............. : 07/24/07
    OS Name............... : Microsoft Windows XP Professional
    OS Version............ : 5.1.2600
    OS Service Pack....... : <empty>
    OS ID................. :
    Boot Time............. : 2007-09-17 06:45:19
    User Name............. :
    Logon Domain.......... :
    Logon Server.......... :
    Free Space............ : C:=462938/476929 MB
    D:=455850/476929 MB
    Mapped Drives......... : none
    IE Version............ : 7.0.5730.11
    Physical Memory Size.. : 2047 MB
    Physical Memory Free.. : 1379 MB
    Virtual Memory Size... : 2047 MB
    Virtual Memory Free... : 1974 MB
    Page File Info........ : C:\pagefile.sys 2046 4092
    Host Name............. :
    Net Adapter(s)........ : A=Marvell Yukon 88E8053 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller - Packet Scheduler Minip
    B=Marvell Yukon 88E8053 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller #2 - Packet Scheduler Mi
    Net Topologies........ : A=ethernet
    B=ethernet
    Net Speed(s).......... : A=100 MBits
    B=1000 MBits
    IP Address(es)........ : A=192.168.50.10
    B=0.0.0.0
    Subnet Mask(s)........ : A=255.255.255.0
    B=0.0.0.0
    MAC Address(es)....... : A=00:1A:92:42:76:45
    B=00:1A:92:42:81:31
    Default Gateway....... : 192.168.50.1
    DHCP Server List...... : 192.168.50.1
    255.255.255.255
    DNS Server List....... :

    Printer List.......... : <empty>
    Running Processes..... : [ 0] (Idle process?)
    [ 4] (Cannot determine)
    [ 1164] smss.exe
    [ 1276] (Cannot determine)
    [ 1300] winlogon.exe
    [ 1344] services.exe
    [ 1364] lsass.exe
    [ 1548] svchost.exe
    [ 1636] (Cannot determine)
    [ 1832] svchost.exe
    [ 2008] (Cannot determine)
    [ 304] (Cannot determine)
    [ 596] spoolsv.exe
    [ 904] Explorer.EXE
    [ 972] RTHDCPL.EXE
    [ 1008] RUNDLL32.EXE
    [ 1016] DUMeter.exe
    [ 1044] jusched.exe
    [ 1052] UPS-Status.exe
    [ 1084] CloneCDTray.exe
    [ 1104] egui.exe
    [ 144] AIMWDI~1.EXE
    [ 1140] FileZilla Server Interface.exe
    [ 1148] dvd43_tray.exe
    [ 1192] ctfmon.exe
    [ 1216] WallWatcher.exe
    [ 468] ATKKBService.exe
    [ 512] ekrn.exe
    [ 540] FileZilla Server.exe
    [ 624] nvsvc32.exe
    [ 796] rxapi.exe
    [ 996] UPS-Service.exe
    [ 964] firefox.exe
     
  2. BarneyBadass

    BarneyBadass Registered Member

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    Doesn't anyone have any ideas?

    What data should I try to capture so this can be isolated and resolved?
     
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