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Go into MSCONFIG and disable it from starting up. It will still be on the computer but you would have to manually open it or the program that uses it to enable it again. But if you do start it again, It still won't start when you restart windows. Unless that's what you meant when you said you "ended" it.
    
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Originally Posted by Hazzeedayz View Post
btw OP, system restore is a joke. If you have a virus, system restore will NOT work...it'll just slow it down.
This is plain Wrong and I have seen the proof with my bare eyes countless time Nice try though.
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Originally Posted by ronnin426850 View Post
This is plain Wrong and I have seen the proof with my bare eyes countless time Nice try though.
k, i'm not gunna argue with someone that obviously doesn't know how any of this works.
If your going to listen to ronnin then at least look into it a little bit so you understand what it actually does. it'll save you loads of trouble.

good luck
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I turned off the postsql thiny in services.msc andthat killed the process so the computer starts fast, like normal.
Now BF3 in game has started flickering. OMG does the pain never end???
Edited by verbatim - 10/29/11 at 7:04am
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it SHOULD be the first thing to do because people SHOULD backup their stuff.
Listen, the company i work for always has me fixing computers. The first thing i do is run a scan on important folders, throw them on network drives and then clean install of windows...bam done...90% of the issues i recieve are fixed with this....the other 10% is a hardware malfunction (but that's easy to tell).

I'd imagine that if a person belongs to this forum then they know a thing or two about computers. That being said, anything THAT important is more than likely backed up somewhere. So don't talk down to me....btw OP, system restore is a joke. If you have a virus, system restore will NOT work...it'll just slow it down.
I don't know what company you work for, but I do the same exact thing. The last thing we want to do is re-image a PC in most cases. The reason for this is:

1. People can have a lot of applications to be pushed/re-setup.
2. People will say they have everything they need on their network drive and when we re-image they're like "OH I DIDN'T THINK IT WOULD DELETE THIS" which leads to more time on that PC.

Also if you just re-image a PC for about 90% of cases, it sounds like you are wasting a lot of time for yourself and the user. I hope that was a greatly exaggerated number.

Also, you are truly arrogant if you believe that at a home setting system restore is a joke. Also if you do have a virus, its not like it's guaranteed that system restore won't work. System restore fixes a lot of issues in computers and is simple enough for the average person to fix their own problems. Another thing...when does rolling back your computer to a previous date slow down your computer unless there were driver's you installed?

OT: Turn off your HT, it seems to fixes those kind of problems for BF3 apparently (Who knows why)
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I don't know what company you work for, but I do the same exact thing. The last thing we want to do is re-image a PC in most cases. The reason for this is:

1. People can have a lot of applications to be pushed/re-setup.
2. People will say they have everything they need on their network drive and when we re-image they're like "OH I DIDN'T THINK IT WOULD DELETE THIS" which leads to more time on that PC.

Also if you just re-image a PC for about 90% of cases, it sounds like you are wasting a lot of time for yourself and the user. I hope that was a greatly exaggerated number.

Also, you are truly arrogant if you believe that at a home setting system restore is a joke. Also if you do have a virus, its not like it's guaranteed that system restore won't work. System restore fixes a lot of issues in computers and is simple enough for the average person to fix their own problems. Another thing...when does rolling back your computer to a previous date slow down your computer unless there were driver's you installed?

OT: Turn off your HT, it seems to fixes those kind of problems for BF3 apparently (Who knows why)
was talking about slowing down the virus.

to each his own i suppose, everything i posted was from experience.
and i wasn't exaggerating that number. It takes absolutely no time at all.

i just ghost most images onto a new machine(takes 15 minutes tops for windows BTW)...the user gets a temp while i do this...wastes no time....
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