Which Windows 7 services are required?

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by 4537256, Oct 8, 2009.

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  1. 4537256

    4537256 Registered Member

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    Its sad when tech support does not know which services a software that they create requires in order to function. So thought i'd try here.
    Now i know i could do countless reboots and try to narrow this down but hoping to save some time due to long working hours lately.

    I wanted to know if anyone knows which Windows 7 services are required for ESET smart security to function. I like to tweak for performance reasons but i get BSOD's from one or both of Esets services and i found that it requires specific services but need to know which so i can keep them enabled of course.

    Not that its a big deal, but working such long hours i have little time lately to try to narrow it down and figured someone here may have already done the work.

    thanks in advance.
     
  2. loli22

    loli22 Registered Member

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    i've never used ESET products, but if it has a service, double click on it and then click on dependencies, you'll see all the services that it depends on.
     
  3. The Hammer

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    Are you tweaking for computer games? I believe you can find settings to configure Nod at Eset. http://kb.eset.com/esetkb/index?pag...earch&viewlocale=en_US&searchid=1255066182488
     
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    4537256 Registered Member

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    where do i double click its service? I tried task manager and theres no "dependencie" option there. Then i tried MSconfig and double clicked there but does nothing.
     
  5. psychokilla

    psychokilla Registered Member

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    Go into your run dialog and type services.msc and you will see all your services listed there.
     
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