When shutting down "SSMMgr.exe" comes up with not responding then "Windows Search.e". AND EVERY NOW AND THEN THE INTERNET EXPLORER COME UP WITH NOT RESPONDING I CANNOT RUN regedit AS WELL.JUST PUT IN NEW RAM AS WELL.PLEASE HELP
I have it as part of a xerox driver Go to Start> Run > type: msconfig click OK select 'Start Up' tab and untick the SSMGR then apply and restart computer. On restart tick the bock in the pop up so the diagnossi utlity doesn't run on each start up hope that helps
A quick search of google told me that SSMMgr.exe is a program used by Samsung for monitoring the health status of your printer. It shouldn't be hanging your system though!
The first step would be uninstall and reinstall of the printer software and drivers, checking the samsung support site for the latest driver version if there is one and reinstall of the printers supporting software should fix it. Failing that you should be able to re-install the printer drivers without this SSMMgr.exe software monitoring program - more than likely just a simple bug in the software that came too light after a recent Microsoft Update or some other software Install or possibly an irregular printer event has disrupted its ability to monitor itself properly. Most printers have a flashing light or similar indicator when they're low on ink or out of paper or other, anyway the program SSMMgr.exe is the cause not RAM install, though it is possible that vital info for the program was stored on your previous RAM chip that could have been lost during your recent RAM removal and install, or was it install extra RAM only. No reseat or removal of any previous RAM chips occurred, did it?
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The program is located in C:\Windows\System32\calc.exe
Browse to the location select the file right click >>> create shortcut
Now,click on and hold to drag the shortcut to your start button, dont let it go keep dragging it to Program files >>> Accessories then drop it in there by letting the mouse button go.
I am of the mind to do a complete reinstall of the operating system including flash the BIOS even if it is the same version. I worked many hours tracking down and thinking you found every part of the problem on to hit an .EXE and it all starts over again....I just clean out everything and start fresh. If you tell us what make and model of computer along with the operating system it is we can direct you to the drivers for the reinstall. Some off those programs - for example AOL seem to be virus magnets. (if it is a dell it is really simple if you just put in your service code- it give you your particular driver of your computer.) That is what I would do...Or you can keep hunting. please leave rating,,,thank you
First...you need to clean your "Windows"for unnecessary files.Search on Google for "free windows sweeper"...It a software very useful and free to use. Install the software check options in left panel and push "CLEAN". Second: Search on Google for a software for fix hidden errors(ex: Registry repair or Advanced System Optimizer) both software are 15 or 30 days free to use...And finaly get a antivirus. Nod32 run silent and not "eat" resources of comp....And don't forget START PROGRAMS ACCESORIES-SYSTEM TOOLS-DISK DEFRAG or (my recommendation is to use Advanced System Care.They have a free version very good....After all those things you will have a new computer...more faster....more optimize....Goood Luck!
you can junk the IE for an extremely popular browser called Mozilla Firefox. Next time IE is up and running download firefox at : http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/ look for the DOWNLOAD button. you will be asking yourself "why haven't I done this long ago?" Don't forget to rate me fixya! thanks
After searching a lot on internet ,at last i have found a link for you to help you to shutdown windows when its not responding, http://www.mydigitallife.info/2006/10/31/fast-shutdown-faster-windows-2000-windows-xp-windows-2003-and-windows-vista/ you have to make some registry changes and it's done .window will shutdown.. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If this answers your question please rate this as fixed. THANKS