Question about ASUS P4S533-MX Motherboard
Well the only thing that really causes that is a background process designed to close the task manager and disable administrative rights and msconfig etc.. simply put a virus.. there are a few things you can do I'll list the usual 2 and the easiest first,,
go to www.superantispyware.com download and install the free version
run a complete scan
go to www.free.avg.com
download and install the free version
do a full scan
that should fix the problem
keep pressing F8
select safe mode using the keyboard
and open the taskmanager now it should work..
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
You have a virus or you had a virus and it damaged the task manager. Make sure that you got rid of the virus with a virus scanner such as Microsoft's free Security Essentials or AVG Free Edition. Then clean any malware on it using Malwarebytes.
If you still have a problem Google "repair Windows XP" if you are using XP. Replace XP with whatever version you have. You will need your installation CD/DVD.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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The removal of Relevant Knowledge is pretty simple compared to other forms of spyware/adware. First, go to the Start Menu.
Select Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs. For Vista users, select Control Panel -> Uninstall a Program (it's in small print under Programs). Search for Relevant Knowledge in the list.
Single-click on RelevantKnowledge, and click Uninstall up near the top. It will take you through the process, thus ridding you of your spyware.
Next, open your Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete once. This will either open your Task Manager, or give you the option to open Task Manager. Make sure Relevant Knowledge is not on the list - if it is, End Process.
Restart your computer. Relevant Knowledge should be gone! If it isn't gone, try this process over again.
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