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Try normal startup from msconfig of course Task Manager will give you some indication as to what running task/process is using much or most of the computers resource. Why did you do a Sys Restore? Anyway here is some info that might be useful to your problem... http://forums.techguy.org/networking/1069085-dependency-service-group-failed-start.html cheers.
start your computer in safe mode ,run auto run manager (download it first from internet ) stop unwanted programs from list , then open task manager , open process list , delete unwanted user process , then open run, type regedit , click export in file option of regit window. Save it on desktop, shut down your computer , run on normally ,click on file that you save on desktop ,click merge to registry. Then it will be fine
Ok press CTRL and ALT at the same time hold it and press DEL once the TASK MANAGER APPEAR Click processes and scroll and search for chrome.exe*32 click it once and then click end process then re open again google chrome.
The removal of Relevant Knowledge is pretty simple compared to other forms of spyware/adware. First, go to the Start Menu.
Select Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs. For Vista users, select Control Panel -> Uninstall a Program (it's in small print under Programs). Search for Relevant Knowledge in the list.
Single-click on RelevantKnowledge, and click Uninstall up near the top. It will take you through the process, thus ridding you of your spyware.
Next, open your Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete once. This will either open your Task Manager, or give you the option to open Task Manager. Make sure Relevant Knowledge is not on the list - if it is, End Process.
Restart your computer. Relevant Knowledge should be gone! If it isn't gone, try this process over again.
I not sure I understand your question, but will try to help. If Chrome is not open and you are getting an error message from another program that is telling you to close something in Chrome, open your Task Manager (right click on the task bar at the bottom of the screen, select Task Manager) look in the processes on the left and see if you see any Chrome processes that are still running, if you find anything that says Chrome, right click on it and kill the process, repeat this for ever chrome process that in running.
If this does not help, or I misunderstood your question, leave a comment with more detail about the error messages and where they are being generated.
Looks like your cat has activated the windows narrator feature on your PC.
To turn it off, click on Start, then click on all programs, then click Accessories,then open Accessiblity, then open Narrator. It will be shown as running, click on stop and close the window.
Also, you can turn it off from the Task Manager. To open task manager, right -click on the taskbar, select Task Manager, under Processes Tab you will find utilman.exe. Right-click on utilman.exe, then select End Process, select Yes from the next announcement window, then close the Task Manager.
1>> Run Task Manager (Ctrl-Alt-Del or right click on Taskbar) 2.>> Stop wscript.exe process if available by highlighting the process name and clicking End Process. 3.>> Then terminate explorer.exe process. 4. >>In Task Manager, click on File -> New Task (Run…). 5.>> Type “cmd” (without quotes) into the Open text box and click OK. 6>>. Type the following command one by one followed by hitting Enter key:
del c:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a del d:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a del e:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a
c, d, e each represents drive letters on Windows system. If there are more drives or partitions available, continue to command by altering to other drive letter. Note that you must also clean the autorun files from USB flash drive or portable hard disk as the external drive may also be infected. 7. In Task Manager, click on File -> New Task (Run…). 8. Type “regedit” (without quotes) into the Open text box and click OK. 9. Navigate to the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon 10. Check if the value name and value data for the key is correct (the value data of userint.exe include the path which may be different than C drive, which is also valid, note also the comma which is also needed):