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A little off original topic but 89 processes? HOLLY COW! That must take forever to start up. Interested in help? Feel free to PM me or check out http://www.blackviper.com/2010/12/17...onfigurations/ along with http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/ for a start up list too.
You'll be amazed what a difference it will make. Win 7 x64 will run with only 34 processes plus it'll cut physical memory usage in half. Everything functions the same just works a lot better.
Takes a little work but the rewards are numerous, it's surprising how many owners don't have a clue to all this and how much of a difference it makes!

Another FYI Win 7 has the snipping tool that is much easier than print screen too. Just thought I'd share here.
I prefer Alt+Print Screen because then I don't have to go navigate my mouse cursor over the Snipping Tool, nor do I have to pull it up from the Start Menu.

Anyway, I end up with 30 processes while idling after a fresh boot. However, I am anal.
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Oh no. It looks like it's coming from the M-AUDIO Task Bar Icon Applet (M-AudioTaskBarIcon.exe). I mean, the window title is "TBIA". However, I don't know anything about it beyond its name based on these nice screenshots.

So, do you need it? It sounds like it's in the Notification Area which is by the clock. If you don't need it, then there might be a way to remove it/disable it/hide it from within the related software itself. This would result in you never having to see this error ever again which may also mean you'll never have to see those black rectangles again.
well duh! Shortly after i Stopped using my M-audio box this started to come along! I have to back up the driver for when I need the M-audio again. and it was A PITA to get it to run properly. I cant believe I din't trace it back to this earlier
I think i may actually need the device to disable it


so loooks like i'll uninstall it BB
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Ouch. This one sounds like a major pain. However, what does this M-Audio Taskbar Icon do?
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It was for setting up frequency latency and bandwidth of the M-audio device ^the first pic in my prior post^. I un-installed the driver but i don't think that solved my Issue since on reboot i saw it again but this time it was more of a flicker, but i believe it was just the two squares that moved insanely fast.

Looks like i'm moving to the Video drivers Idea next
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A little off original topic but 89 processes? HOLLY COW! That must take forever to start up. Interested in help? Feel free to PM me or check out http://www.blackviper.com/2010/12/17...onfigurations/ along with http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/ for a start up list too.
You'll be amazed what a difference it will make. Win 7 x64 will run with only 34 processes plus it'll cut physical memory usage in half. Everything functions the same just works a lot better.
Takes a little work but the rewards are numerous, it's surprising how many owners don't have a clue to all this and how much of a difference it makes!

Another FYI Win 7 has the snipping tool that is much easier than print screen too. Just thought I'd share here.
It may be a ton of processes but I can wait an extra 20 seconds =P I love my docks docklets etc.
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