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PROBLEMCHYLD

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  1. This is probably the best fix http://techat-jack.blogspot.com/2012/09/solved-high-cpu-usage-of-microsoft.html It still spikes 100% when scanning, but it should fix the update problem.
  2. MsMpEng.exe is the culprit. Killing it and then updating the definitions seems to work. It was doing what svchost.exe did a while back, spiking the cpu to 100% crashing things. Thanks to everyone and especially heinoganda for the packages.
  3. I got it guys. Ignore the posts above, I will have them point here. Kill MsMpEng.exe in taskmanger. Then update the definitions. The system will seem like its frozen, IT IS NOT!!! Just wait, Everything will turn RED!! Ignore this, because once it has finish downloading and installing everything it will turn green again. That's it, that's all.
  4. Workaround is here. http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/175514-microsoft-security-essentials-and-windows-xp/?do=findComment&comment=1123827
  5. Both versions spikes the cpu. Maybe MS did it on purpose.
  6. I Workaround is here. http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/175514-microsoft-security-essentials-and-windows-xp/?do=findComment&comment=1123827
  7. Can this method be reversed to add exports instead of imports, if so, how would we do it? http://www.sunshine2k.de/reversing/tuts/tut_AddImp.htm
  8. I'm just testing, you have done a spectacular job. I'll keep testing.
  9. I just installed 4.8, and everything updated with no problem. I only notice the Windows Security Alerts icon is still red in the system tray, but the virus definitions are up to date. Everything works though.
  10. I agree, I don't hold grudges. I have contributed to the community just on a different level. No more fighting. Thanks.
  11. Well, thanks for sharing the little bit of nothing, sometimes nothing is better than something. Have a nice day.
  12. I already know how to rest in hell, what about the other instructions?
  13. Posting instructions might allow others to help and speed up the process. You never know the resources one can provide.
  14. WPA Clients are card specific. You can't use Broadcom WPA/2 client on intel wireless card. If that was the case, this topic and others like it wouldn't exist. Now if one was to hack the client to detect any card, that would be the only solution.
  15. Give me a link to the drivers, and I'll see what I can do.
  16. You stole my post from another forum. You are a real gem. Enjoy the fruits of someone else's labor. You have a nice Mother's Day.
  17. I can't wait for the rebuttals , mannnnnn. This gonna be good!!!!!!
  18. Thanks heinoganda for combining the solutions for 4.6. You have made some people very happy. I'll try to looking into the nag screen for 4.7 if you don't beat me to the punch.
  19. Will you create an installer for it? Some might find it useful or a workaround for the nag. Thanks
  20. If anything, the scan engine would detect malicious content better. IDK, I don't use virus scanners on my computer but put it on family and friends comps. I can't really say, one would have to benchmark.
  21. Shall we continue with this endeavor? I do have test machines ready. Just let me know what you need, I'll try my best.
  22. I tried using the method to remove the nag screen, but it doesn't work on Microsoft Security Essentials 4.7.205.0. I have use my method to install version 4.7. I have not gotten 4.8 or higher to work on WinXP. Auto updates works, no errors or popup other than the nag screen.
  23. That's a problem. I don't do social networking at all. And if I did, would you understand my English well? I don't speak Italian, so exchanging information could be a pain.
  24. This might get you guys a bit further http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/171498-need-microsoft-security-essentials-grab-it-now/?do=findComment&comment=1095416
  25. I also would like to know the method you are using. Thanks
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