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Everything posted by BlueMe

  1. Happend to me too... installed Diskeeper on C:\ and SYSTEMTOOLS appeared on D:\ ... strange :|
  2. Just DEL the LANG folder.. It's ok.
  3. The change will be permanent. If u change the priority from the processes tab the next time you open task manager will be the same ..High Priority.
  4. Thanks for the reply puntoMX, i thought about that thats why i've decided to start this thread. I guess i'll leave it that way if it is not another option.
  5. I hope i got the right forum, so, does someone knows how can i connect my audio system to one of the cables from the power source. The Audio System stays On everyday no matter if my pc is up or not, so i would like it to power on only when i turn on my pc. On wich cable can i connect it to ? I need a 12V output. A.S. Spec: Medion 15 w RMS / 5+1 Chann. Thanks for reading.
  6. Like i said i'll do some more tests in this, so the result is that it doesn't matter, what priority taskmgr has, in most of the cases .. it will still freeze. Thus not helping with anything. I'm not trying to pick on someone's work but i thought it would be good to know if this tweak/tip makes a difference !
  7. I use this page for some time now and just wanna say Thank You that your doing this !
  8. After Seeing DarkShadows post, i've been thinking about this and : The alternative has no sense! To bring up task manager you could use : A shortcut The Taskbar Menu RUN from Start Menu Ctrl+Alt+Del Ctrl+Shift+Esc The first 3 are launched by explorer so making explorer.exe go 100% CPU usage, which has a Normal priority would not improve anything. Ctrl+Alt+Del is launched by winlogon.exe (I think ?)which runs in High priority Were left with the last method wich might get Task Manager a Realtime priority this way making this tweak usefull. I'll do some forther tests, until then, if someone has something to say, reply.
  9. Don't wait for a reply, search the forums, it has been covered many times, and oh.. how can u trust a guy on a public forum that tells you, "mail me, i cand send it" ?? Dont' you ppl have common sense ? Who knows what that file might contain !? Later Edit : No offence to the thread starter.
  10. Have a look at this : http://www.ss64.com/nt/index.html
  11. Maybe you have a fast CPU and don't notice the difference, to benchmark this, run 2 or more applications that you now they eat up some CPU, set the script to make explorer run in HIGH priority then browse my computer, open some high resolution pictures, something that usually opens slower (and depends on explorer). You have to run this script after explorer was started. That's why i've said that you have to place it in you're Startup folder. Other than that, you have a fast CPU/PC or don't work with "heavy" apps. On my system it makes a big differenece, i have not explorer run in a different priority but allmost all my apps. I might do a tut. for this but if ppl. don't understand what priority of processes mean it will be useless.(not referring to anyone in specific) Good luck !
  12. Uhhh... usualy i know how to keep out of trouble, but now i asked for it, so i've imported that reg tweak and as Aegis said, thats what happend to me, but guess what, i've deleted the reg , forgot about it and until i've restarted my pc i've even installed some tweaking app. to see what they worth, didn't so i've uninstalled them, but without making any setting in the apps. they still reverted everything back to windows default and for some reason my connection was down, what could be worse ? Pulled the video card out, wait to cool, clean, reinstall driver and after 45' or so i've remembered about the dpi thing, search the registry and deleted. I've learned something today.
  13. See ! I told you Travis, that more ppl use v5
  14. You could buy a SCART adapter, it would be more efficient.
  15. If nothing else works, try this : [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Mouse] "ActiveWindowTracking"=dword:00000000 "DoubleClickHeight"="4" "DoubleClickSpeed"="500" "DoubleClickWidth"="4" "MouseSensitivity"="12" "MouseSpeed"="1" "MouseThreshold1"="6" "SmoothMouseXCurve"=hex:00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,15,6e,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,40,\ 01,00,00,00,00,00,29,dc,03,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,28,00,00,00,00,00 "SmoothMouseYCurve"=hex:00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,b8,5e,01,00,00,00,00,00,cd,4c,\ 05,00,00,00,00,00,cd,4c,18,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,38,02,00,00,00,00 "MouseThreshold2"="10" "SnapToDefaultButton"="0" "SwapMouseButtons"="0" "MouseTrails"="0"
  16. Oh, this kind of language is funny
  17. You can't keep a single ballon tip ! What would that mean then ? A reg. entry for every single baloon tip ?
  18. ATM there isn't one, but you could look into NTUSER.DAT file, that will save you all the information that is stored under HKCU\ Search the forum.
  19. To disable the tweak you must revert back the settings or i don't know for sure if u delete the values from the registry if windows will use the default ones. Here's the .reg: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop] "AutoEndTasks"="0" "HungAppTimeout"="20000" "WaitToKillAppTimeout"="20000" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control] "WaitToKillServiceTimeout"="20000" I suggest, instead of using this tweak, you can install UPHClean from Microsoft.
  20. When you open task manager select View -> Select Columns and add Base Priority, now Beside Image Name, CPU, Memory etc. you should see in the Process tab the priority of every process .
  21. But how is this a guide, it's more like ..here's the link, click and you're safe.
  22. You've just removed a lot of functionality in windows, i strongly suggest that next time you nlite your system to keep the Task Scheduler.
  23. You cannot edit, because are not strings, that information is located in your registry and even if u change it it will revert back on the next restart.
  24. Open Notepad and save this as Priority.vbs and place this script in your Startup folder, On Error Resume Next 'Priority Class Value ' Low - 64 ' Below Normal - 16384 ' Normal - 32 ' Above_Normal - 32768 ' High - 256 ' Real_Time - 128 Const High = 256 strComputer = "." Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2") Set colProcesses = objWMIService.ExecQuery _ ("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = 'Explorer.exe'") For Each objProcess in colProcesses objProcess.SetPriority(High) Next This should be self explanatory, but in any case lets explain a little bit, in this form you'll make explorer a High proccess, but i recomend just to keep it as a Above Normal proccess, you could do that by modifying the following : Const Above_Normal = 32768 ...and objProcess.SetPriority(Above_Normal) If its still not clear what this does, i suggest you don't do it. Note : I did not do this, got it from Bill's site

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