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Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by TheQuest, Oct 31, 2004.

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  1. TheQuest

    TheQuest Registered Member

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    Hi,

    Never had this pop warning before when do a scan, is it something to worry about, as tomorrow I will have to disable PG to do Update when PG v3.0 final is released. :eek:

    Rescanned five times with each, keep getting same warning do not know whether to allow or not. :doubt:

    Any help will be received with many thanks.
    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     
  2. Rui

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  3. TheQuest

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    Hi, Rui

    Thanks very much for posting back.

    The problem is I do not have the service running on my system. [as far as i can tell, as I turn so many service off any time I Install Windows]

    This is an old tread I post on here which I had forgotten about:- Wmiadap.exe

    So that is my problem what or what makes it try to start.

    PG just pop it warning again as I was typing this reply.

    I don't know what going on.

    Also could you or anybody else tell me what colour the smilies face's are, mind are all showing as Tan Coloured and the Lurking smilie face is showing up with a white face and black eyes?


    Thanks again, any more help please?
    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     
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  4. snowbound

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    Your's are correct. ;)

    It's our Halloween special. Pumpkin smileys and ghost lurkers.:ninja:


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  5. TheQuest

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    Hi, snowbound

    Thanks a very big thanks for the answer, was thinking some else had started playing up. :oops:

    I hope my problem is just a Trick or Treat. :D

    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     
  6. Rui

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    Hi, Rui

    Thanks again Rui, I have fixed the link to the old thread I post in before:- Wmiadap.exe

    Very sorry about that.

    Still can not understand why it is happening.

    Thanks very much for yor help to now.
    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     
  8. Rui

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    You're welcome, TheQuest!
    I'm afraid I don't understand it too...
    Sorry I can't help you more
    Regards
    Rui
     
  9. Defenestration

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    Which is it to be TQ ? :doubt:

    BTW, in Firefox, some of the smileys are the halloween style, whereas others are the old style. They are on my system anyway. I'm using Firefox 0.10.1 (ie. Firefox 10.PR)

    Edit: The smiley problem only seemed to happen the first time. Every subsequent viewing in FF results in all the smiley's being rendered in the *horrifyingly* real halloween variants!!!! :'( Don't you realise under 18's and people of a nervous disposition view this forum ?! How irresponsible of you Mr. Wilders! :D
     
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