Question about Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop
Sorry, but I can't see the first part of your question. What do you mean "that" did not work? If you can provide specific information, I can give you specific advices.
In general, to terminate a "process" in XP, bring up the task manager by hitting control+shift+escape keys all at once. Once the task manager comes up, click on the process tab and look for the process in question. You can then choose to terminate the process. HOWEVER, this can make your system unstable depending on what process you're terminating.
By "disable the process", do you mean to prevent a service from running? That is a completely different process.
Hope this helps.
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