Kernel Error

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by kenw, Jan 28, 2004.

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  1. kenw

    kenw Registered Member

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    Just installed on XP home and get the kernel error. I guess I will uninstall and check the forum when it's cause is found.
     
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    Tried everything in that thread and still get error. Upon install nothing running.
     
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    Sorry to hear that kenw, Can you tell us what your hardware is please, CPU, memory etc.

    Thanks. Pilli
     
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    kenw, this is a common problem.. the solution is to not have processguard.exe antostarting.. the PG driver still runs without processguard.exe's running, so you are still protected by processguard. you can either uncheck processguard.exe in msconfig, or remove the entry from hkey/local machine/software/microsoft/windows/current version/run. also, if you see processguard.exe in start/all programs/startup, you could delete it from there.. then, you can start processguard.exe manually, when desired, from start/all programs/process guard.
     
  6. kenw

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    OK. Will kill autostart when I reinstall.

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    That Worked
     
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    Kenw,

    If you want a little free program to delay startup of various programs by X seconds on reboot, I would recommend "Startup Delayer" by r2 Studios at

    http://www.r2.com.au/software.php?page=2&show=startdelay

    It works GREAT!
     
  9. kenw

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    Have R2 in use. will try that way
     
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