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I am frozen on game.

Press CTL+CTRL+DEL if windows and go to task manager and kill application or processes associated with the game
If all else fails hold power button in for 30 seconds and power p.c back up

Dec 22, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to improve may character,to level up easyer

Oh your gonna love this. Just try this on a random battle with 2-5 monsters on it. It will be a real annoying process, but you will lvl up quicker.

Kill all but one of the monsters attacking.. Make sure it can't kill any characters (A weak monster).
Then attack your own characters, but not the one you want to lvl.
After they die you can kill the last monster.
Revive them and repeat.

Not sure as to why you get experience killing off your team, but it's fun nevertheless. :)

Jul 25, 2011 | Final Fantasy for Nintendo (NES)

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My mb525 uses abt 50 pct of the battery using standby radio. the radio app is off but still using battery. i can not find how to kill the fm radio. assistance is appreciated.


You can easilly kill the process by acessing the taskmanager in droid. This will expose the process so that you can kill the program.You can hold the home button to pull up the recent task window, then, touch the task manager button to access the running processes in the background to kill what you need to kill to preserve battery life.

Apr 02, 2011 | Motorola Mobility Defy Cell Phone

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I try 2 play a Lifetime downloaded demo game and computer keeps saying, cant run multiple instances of this application, but I am not, that I know of. What does this mean and how do I fix it?

1. try restarting comp
2. if the game is already running the name of it such as "game.exe" will show up in the processes tab of your task manager. kill the process and try to play the game again
3. the game is being confused with another program or critical system process (this can be caused if the game is actually a rather poorly written virus trying to exploit operating system and/or other processes)
4. if you do not find the game process in the list then I will need more information about the game and/or where to get it so I can test it myself.

May 20, 2010 | Dell Computers & Internet

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My computer keeps locking up and when I try to close the program it just loops and on the task manager it keeps repeating the same programs and won't allow closure, any suggestions?

You could try running the excellent Microsoft purchased Sysinternals Process Explorer instead of the task manager it has a Kill Process Tree (SHIFT + DEL).

Use Task Scheduler in Windows Vista or in XP/2000use Mike Lin's Startup Control Panel to make it run for all users at Startup and then set it to replace normal Windows Task manager, always have it ready minimized to Kill the programs entire process if you have a problem.

You might get issues with Process Explorer with certain PC Games which can throw on error (5024) - Required Security Module can't be activated ( only when you are using sysinternals process explorer check out this link showing SecuROM on the game Spore when using Process Explorer !!!

Nov 04, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Entourage frozen/blocked

If your running OSX you can kill Entourage from the command line which is much more powerful way of killing a task that won't shut down.
Another way to kill applications is to open a terminal window using the Terminal application. In the window type top -u, making sure that all the characters are lowercase and a space is present between top and -u. A list of the top processes will appear in the window. Identify which process you wish to kill and note the PID or Process ID for that process and then type q. Then type kill -9 followed by a space and the PID. This will almost always kill the process. If the system says you do not have sufficient priviledges, then type sudo kill -9 followed by a space and the PID. SUDO enables you to type in system command and it will prompt you for the system administrator password before executing the command. Type in your password and the system will kill the process.

Oct 03, 2009 | Apple iMac 24" Desktop

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Unable to install game

Ur config looks gorgeous and fit to run the game. Maybe its the problem of the DVD's. Check for any scratches....try the same dvd's on a friends system if possible to see if they work and tell me..............

and next time add a comment here itself....
don't keep opening new problems...
i am having trouble finding them.

Good Luck

Aug 17, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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I am not able install games

Check the requirement specifications of the game for memory, graphics, cpu speed, all that stuff. Don't be online, turn off the security if you have to. Do a disk cleanup, defrag, and run any utilities you have to check registry, etc. Do a virus check, if you don't have virus protection, you can get a free check sometimes online.

Aug 16, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Games are not installing

Give me the exact message that appears when u try to install a game........Does it appear only for one game or for all of them.......It would also help me if u post ur entire system config....
Lethal Weapon

Aug 16, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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