I don't have a solution Pamm, but I will add that I've been having the same problem accessing my MMJB. When the program does oepn, it won't allow me to make line in recordings without closing the recorder after each recording and re-opening the line-in recorder window to record another song. Tacky *** Yahoo Music Plus will not provide technical support to the customers they inherited when they took over MMJB! I have a LOT of music converted by MMJB, so this problem really, Really SUCKS!
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Sometimes, while doing some specific work on your PC or browsing the internet, the program you're using suddenly stops responding without any apparent reason. If you hadn't been saving your work regularly, you'll most likely lose it when Windows prompts you to close the program.
There's however a solution that could help you avoid such frustration. Here are the steps to follow in case a program stops responding :
1. Once you encounter such a problem, don't close the program you're using.
2. Open the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete.
3. In the "Processes" tab, find "explorer.exe", choose it and click "End Process" on the bottom right.
4. Click "Yes" (Everything you see in the background will disappear but don't panic, it will come back).
5. Click "File" on the top left.
4. Choose "New Task (Run...)"
5. Write "explorer.exe" in the box.
And everything comes back! You can now resume your work...
Taskhost.exe is part of windows. killing shouldn't affect anything critical. It's function is to run script that need to run at certaint times. low priority stuff. Recomend you run antivirus and anti malware software. also run windows update. those 3 things tend to find the majority of issues. then open your control panel and look through the add programs section and see if anything has been installed that you don't want. Many time programs install other programs that will cause your computer to have issues.
If a program is not responding, right click your task bar and open Task Manager. If the CPU is at 100%, that's your problem. There are three possible reasons for this that I can think of right now: 1. Too many programs open, close some 2. The scan is taking up a lot of CPU, start the scan when you're not using your system 3. Your system is low-spec and cannot handle the program properly Just remember that these reasons may not apply to you
Have you considered doing a complete recovery of your operational system, I'am suggesting this because of the fact you have to many program conflicts due to device drivers that are not working properly.
It is normal that Windows reports programs as not responding when it try to close the computer. If all program is reported as not responding and the computer do not close at all, then it sounds like a serious problem. I would reinstall my Windows even though it is boring.
If your notebook locks up or stops responding while using a program, close the stalled program to continue using other programs. Also, while closing the program, take note of which other programs are running at the same time.
Please check the link below to resolve your issue.
THIS IS MY BEST OFFER. IF YOU HAVE BEEN USING THIS PROGRAM FOR SOMETIME NOW, I FEEL THAT THE PROGRAM HAS PROBABLY DEGRADED AND THIS IS CAUSING THE PROBLEMS. YOUR BEST SOLUTION IS PROBABLY TO TRY TO EITHER REPAIR THE PROGRAM OR DELETE AND RE-INSTALL A CLEAN VERSION WITH THE LATEST UPDATES. SHOWING MORE THAN ONE PROGRAM IN TASK MANAGER USUALLY MEANS THAT YOU HAVE TRIED MORE THAN ONCE TO CLOSE THE PROGRAM. IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE DUPLICATE PROGRAMS, RUN SEARCH>OUTLOOK AND SEE HOW MANY SHOW UP. IF MORE THAN ONE YOU CAN DELETE IT FROM THERE. ALSO, YOU CAN DELETE DUPLICATE FILES ETC. HOPE THIS HAS HELPED.
If so then they may have been a change in your program environment. If you do not remember what changes were made or what other programs/changes caused since it last worked -then try reverting to the earlier environment by doing a Restore to a date when you last rembember it worked.