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Solving Boot Conflict


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Posted 30 November 2005 - 05:18 PM

I found I have taskswitch.exe running when I installed Enuff.exe program for time control for children in families. What problem I am encountering is the two are duking it out over the Alt-Tab usage. Enuff ties up all the navigation mouse and keystrokes until the user logs into the time to start the clock and control software. Then all are restored to previous settings. UNfortunately the PowerToy taskswitch.exe wants to reprogram the Alt-Tab key for its use and Enuff has it in its possession so it fails.

Is there a way to have taskswitch.exe run AFTER a program has passed on from a user input (or completed a phase). I searched here and found only three topics with taskswitch.exe in them and all were text outputs from someone's paste in from HijackThis!. So I found NO discussion on that process other than what I found that told me it was part of PowerToys. I looked into power toys to see if I could selectively turn off the taskswitch.exe but I was not able to find anything useful. One way or other I would like to eliminate the error.

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