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I have parential control time restriction on our kids using our pc. When the time restriction staps in while the kids are playing games on the internet, they get loged off, but the background music of their game still keeps on playing and I cant stop it without re-starting the PC. How can I fix this problem?

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  • laszlo21 Nov 20, 2008

    Is there a solution to circumvent this problem at the first place?

  • laszlo21 Nov 20, 2008

    Thanks for that DreadLed

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Right click on your system tray
then choose task manager
then go to application
then choose the running game
then click end task or right choose end task

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2008

    i assume your using the vista parental control, i see that parental control doesn't terminate the process of current running programs and you really have to reboot it . because this user even not running any program and still active will share cpu resources even not in use. so best thing is
    restart it.






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