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Re: Accidently click yes to a file and now have problems!

Unread postby PJWales5 » November 24th, 2007, 4:07 pm

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Those 3 files deleted and new HiJackThis Report as requested. No other problems upon bootup, one question I like to ask is is there a such file that can tell me what is actually loaded in memory? I mean a simple and plain easy to udnerstand rtaher than all those HEX number stuff, because I notices my memory is now all in teh yellow in the last few days when normally it stay in the green! ALso do you know of a good decent DLL removal software that removes unneeded and unwanted and dead DLL files etc?


What software are you using to view memory at the moment?

I really wouldn't recommend removing DLL files, unless they're malicious. Removing the wrong one can cause massive problems and a DLL file takes up hardly any space on a modern hard drive


Using none currently, but has seen something about seeing what is loaded in teh memory but was mostly all in hex numbers etc.

My drive is not what I call modern it about 5 to 6 years old and drive space becoming a limited space and such however in the next 2 to 3 month is developing a new pc systems.

So far everything is fine just notices the memory usage it acting up somewhat hence asking do you know any decent software that can tell me what is actually loaded in the memory so i can determine what is causing the high memory usage. Before the problem memory usage was around 55 to 65% (being green in the free meter) and in teh last few days it now been up in the yellow taking up as much as 80 to 85% so wondering what other thing is being loaded up into memory that I am not aware off? So I can disable any unneeded services that is causing the high memory usage at bootup.

Like to say at this point thank for your help in solving my malware problems and such.

Thanks, PJ
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Re: Accidently click yes to a file and now have problems!

Unread postby random/random » November 25th, 2007, 1:45 pm

You can remove some unecessary startups by doing this:

  • Download Startuplite.exe
  • Double click on StartUpLite.exe
  • Make sure that for each entry it finds, you select Disable
  • Click Continue
  • Click OK
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Re: Accidently click yes to a file and now have problems!

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