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#1 rhoads


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Posted 15 January 2011 - 10:45 AM

This is my first post, so hopefully I am following proper guidelines!

I have a Sony Vaio, that is about 5 years old, with many quirks.
I am wondering if I have unnecessary Processes running that aren't needed

I can't seem to copy and paste them, so here are some high Mem usage ones:

50 processes running/ CPU usage between 1%-10%

TeaTimer.exe 91,736k
iexplorer.exe 19,832k
S24EvMonitorservice 10,980k

*My IE is currently working on my laptop, doesn't open.

What happens if I just end some processes?

Thank your for your time!

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#2 rhoads

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Posted 15 January 2011 - 10:50 AM

Attached is the Hijack This! File I just scanned, assuming it is relevant to this topic.

Thanks very much!

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Posted 15 January 2011 - 10:59 AM

1) I don't know what s24EVmonitorservice is

2) What problems are you having with your system?

3) How much ram is installed?

4) TeaTimer is a known resource hog and personally I always recommend disabling it. I'm also not a fan of Spybot - it's old school.

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