Processguard v2.00

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by waterfall, Jun 14, 2004.

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  1. waterfall

    waterfall Registered Member

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    Hi to all

    This is my first post I have ProcessGuard 2

    And appear to have some probles with it

    • Unable to logon PG stops me password not accepted. Have to use an old win 98-boot disk when I get this. SAME IN SAFEMODE
    • Some times on a reboot pg tells me it is not install on my system, I have not done any thing or changed any values on my system
    • The only thing I have been able to tie this to ProcessGuard be comes very badly fragmented
    • It will not clear if I use Defragmenter in normal window other programs protected by Pg also fragment. The problems happen when the fragments reach 105 KB OR MORE
    • I HAVE TO USE WINDOWS SAFEMODE IN ABLE TO DEFRAG THE FILE SYSTEM
    Disk Defragmenter

    Fragments File size File Name

    5 34KB \windows\system\pghash.dat

    I am a registered user

    I do like this program but it does cause me some problems when it crashes

    Please help in posible

    Thank you

    Ken

     
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    waterfall Registered Member

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    Hi
    I am unable to logon to Dcs main board
    My problem is icreased to fold the isp i use
    is ntlworld.com they are being attacked by spammers and viruses
    This has been going on for some time now
    E-mail constantly not avaible
    slow connections
    My only link is to this board

    Thank you
    ken
     
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  3. Pilli

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    Hi Waterfall & welcome. What Operating System ans pc spec and are you using?

    Did you install using an admin account? And are you using Process Guard in the account you actually log in to?

    Sorry for all the questions - Pilli
     
  4. waterfall

    waterfall Registered Member

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    Hi Pilli

    Hi Waterfall & welcome. What Operating System ans pc spec and are you using?

    Did you install using an admin account? yes
    And are you using Process Guard in the account you actually log in to? yes
    Sorry for all the questions - Pilli

    6/17/2004, 11:16:20

    Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 1 (2600.xpsp2.030422-1633)

    Language: English (Regional Setting: English)

    System Manufacturer: D845HV

    System Model: HV84510A

    BIOS: D845HV - 20030525

    Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.00GHz

    Memory: 1024MB RAM

    Page File: 203MB used, 2559MB available

    Primary File System: n/a

    NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600 128.0 MB 1024 x 768 (32 bit) (100Hz)

     
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  5. Pilli

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    Waterfall, I think that your Process Guard is probably not installed properly and would advise re-installing it after a complete uninstall.

    1) Reboot your operating system into SAFE-MODE. To do this Reboot your machine, and just after your BIOS screen disappears keep pressing the F8 key. A menu should appear, select "Safe Mode" and press Enter.
    2) Run Process Guard's uninstall utility. You can see this from the Start Menu -> Process Guard -> Uninstall.
    3) To verify the removal, make sure procguard.sys does not exist in (c:\windows\system32\drivers) directory, and that procguard.dll, PGhash.dat & pguard.dat are not in your system32 directory (c:\windows\system32). If they still exist delete them.
    4) Reboot your machine and Process Guard should now be removed

    Before you reinstall, ensure that no other programmes are running AV, AT etc. and if you are on the internet disconnect.
    Once installed, accept the default protection list.
    Leave Process Guard in learning mode and run as many of your trusted applications as possible - Reboot and still leave in learning mode, run a few apps such as defrag then reboot again. This is to ensure that most of your sytems drivers and services are correctly set in the checksum list.
    After that reboot, start adding your trusted apps one at a time watching the PG log entries. Adding the necessary Allows for the apps that need them.
    Then start to enable the four General tabs, do not rush this and watch the logging.

    If you do a major update temporally disable Process Guard to ensure that the Update can make the appropriate changes. After a reboot re-enable PG.

    HTH Pilli.
     
  6. waterfall

    waterfall Registered Member

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    Hi Pilli.
    Will try that option i will post back a.s.a.p

    Thank you
    Ken
     
  7. waterfall

    waterfall Registered Member

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    Hi pilli
    Processguard is working
    no problems with defagmention
    Thanks will report back if it starts again.

    THANK YOU
    KEN
     
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