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Recently my mouse has begun to hesitate whenever my hard drive is working. This is a new behavior, 1-2 weeks and is frustrating. I have also noticed that when this hesitation is occurring, my keyboard is also inoperative. I have recently downloaded the most recent CWShredder and this didn't help.
Any ideas???
Thanks

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Have you added or changed any hardware/software lately?

Also- try shutting down any unneccessary programs that might be loading; there could be something runninng in the background that's kicking in and hogging your system resources at certain intervals.

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Have you added or changed any hardware/software lately?

Also- try shutting down any unneccessary programs that might be loading; there could be something runninng in the background that's kicking in and hogging your system resources at certain intervals.

I haven't added any programs or hardware in the last month, only routine updates on existing software. My system resource meter stays at about
30-40% available. I have been keeping my hard drive clean and have defragged but still no help.
I do have CWShredder and it has shown nothing. I use Norton Antivirus as my system protection. My subscription to Norton actually ran out about the time this started??? I guess I need to update my subscription...maybe that will fix the problem!

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You should definitely keep your subscription current- Symantec has put out quite a few updates lately.

Is there any pattern to the freezing? That is, does it happen at certain intervals, when you are performing certain tasks, etc.?

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You should definitely keep your subscription current- Symantec has put out quite a few updates lately.

Is there any pattern to the freezing? That is, does it happen at certain intervals, when you are performing certain tasks, etc.?

I just tried some experiments and it seems to be when I first go into a program and right when I close a program. When I do there is a noticable pause in the cranking from the computer and during that pause the mouse can't be moved. As soon as the computer starts up again I am fine. So now it sounds more like a hard drive problem than a mouse problem. I also tried my keyboard and got the same results. When the pause comes, I can't type either. Any ideas???
Thanks

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OK- that might give us something to work with.

It sounds like you're describing what in geek-speak would be called "disk thrashing", although the cause of that is usually not having enough physical RAM (memory) installed to handle the programs you're using: With insufficient RAM, the system uses a virual memory "swapfile", which is reserved space on your hard drive that gets used when you run out of real RAM. If your system is using your swapfile heavily, you will experience the sort of delays you describe. However, you did say that this problem started without any hardware or software changes, so I'm not sure if this applies here. Just in case, can you tell us:

- How much RAM you have in your system
- The model/speed of your CPU (processor chip)
- the size of your hard drive

In Windows 2000 and XP the Task Manager includes a tab which lets you view not only running programs, but running processes as well; unfortunatley, Win 95/98's Task Manager does not. Assuming that you do have enough RAM to handle your applications, it might be a good idea to check what processes might be running on your system. Use the links in the following Google search to find freely downloadable programs which will give you the same functionality of 2k/XP's process viewer in 95/98 versions of Windows; we might able to determine the cause of the delays by looking through the processes you have running (and thier CPU/system usage stats:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&q=%22process+viewer%22+%22windows+98%22&btnG=Google+Search

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OK- that might give us something to work with.

It sounds like you're describing what in geek-speak would be called "disk thrashing", although the cause of that is usually not having enough physical RAM (memory) installed to handle the programs you're using: With insufficient RAM, the system uses a virual memory "swapfile", which is reserved space on your hard drive that gets used when you run out of real RAM. If your system is using your swapfile heavily, you will experience the sort of delays you describe. However, you did say that this problem started without any hardware or software changes, so I'm not sure if this applies here. Just in case, can you tell us:

- How much RAM you have in your system
- The model/speed of your CPU (processor chip)
- the size of your hard drive

In Windows 2000 and XP the Task Manager includes a tab which lets you view not only running programs, but running processes as well; unfortunatley, Win 95/98's Task Manager does not. Assuming that you do have enough RAM to handle your applications, it might be a good idea to check what processes might be running on your system. Use the links in the following Google search to find freely downloadable programs which will give you the same functionality of 2k/XP's process viewer in 95/98 versions of Windows; we might able to determine the cause of the delays by looking through the processes you have running (and thier CPU/system usage stats:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&q=%22process+viewer%22+%22windows+98%22&btnG=Google+Search

My system specs are: Dell Precision 210 - Pentium III processor - 128MB RAM - 2.0 GB
I have downloaded the PRCView program. What list from here would help?
Thanks

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The main list which shows the running processes is enough; we don't need info about the threads, modules, and such.

By the way- how much free space is left on your drive?

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The main list which shows the running processes is enough; we don't need info about the threads, modules, and such.

By the way- how much free space is left on your drive?

My free space is 9371mb
PRCView shows 40 processes. I can't cut and paste the screen.

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OK, so your hard drive has plenty of breathing room.

40 processes sounds like a lot for your basic desktop machine I'd still like to see the list if possible; does PRCView have any facilty for printing the list or saving it to a text file? I use Norton's Process Viewer, so I'm not familiar with PRCView.

In the process viewer, can you see any processes running which seem to be taking up an inordinate amout of CPU time or other system resources?

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there are a few reasons for this.
A) program is eating up all you cpu time... and is not allowing other threads to processes the IRQ's, or a program with a thread priority set to HIGH.

B) too many programs running, not enuf ram

C) Hardware conflict.

most of the time I see this with older slower computers that have fragmented drivers and are reading and writing alot of data (swapfiles). keep in mind... Also the speed of the drive contributes to this factor as well as well as the transfer mode. DMA or PIO. PIO mode usaly is slower and consumes massive amounts of CPU time when transfering large files.

even though you defraged (in win 98).... windows sytem files are not moved. meaning any file windows needs to load does not get moved. so if they are scattered... (when defraging they are the white blocks with a red slash going thru them... if I remmber right...)

also, win 95 and win98 are NOT stable over long periods of time... after 2 days of uptime, I noticed system responsiveness degrading... (reboot is your only solution)


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to me it sounds like your hardrive is possibly a little slugish (20GB @ RPM???), mixed with possibly low mem... and lots of programs running. now you said you had NAV running... Believe it or not, running virus scan with real time protection takes a toll on the system. The AV will want to scan EVERY file before opening. On some selecting a file will trigger a scan as well. I would suggest disabling AV and see if you gain a performance boost, if not, check your memory usage... drop down to a dos prompt and type in MEM and see what % is used. furthermore, check to make sure you drive is running in DMA mode. (win 95/98... never used me) select my computer > properties > device manager > find the hard disk controler > properties > (look thru the tabs and see if the check box "DMA enabled" is checked (its been about 2 years since I used 9x). if none of these are the problem... it could very well be some spyware or a virus that is propergating in the background...

keep in mind... during cpu idle, the hard drive should not be accessed that often.... so if your hdd light is flashing pretty quick, and your not doing anything, a red flag should go up... find out what is accessing your drive!!!!

a good program for this is filemon... look around on google for it... its a great program.

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OK, so your hard drive has plenty of breathing room.

40 processes sounds like a lot for your basic desktop machine I'd still like to see the list if possible; does PRCView have any facilty for printing the list or saving it to a text file? I use Norton's Process Viewer, so I'm not familiar with PRCView.

In the process viewer, can you see any processes running which seem to be taking up an inordinate amout of CPU time or other system resources?

The PRCViewer can save to a text file. I am attaching.

Attachments
AOLACSD.EXE	4294804031	C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\AOL\ACS\AOLACSD.EXE	AOL Connectivity Service 2.0.20.1.US.1        .  Copyright  2003 America Online, Inc.
AOLDIAL.EXE	4294520991	C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\AOL\ACS\AOLDIAL.EXE	AOL Connectivity Service Dialer 2.0.20.1.US.1        .  Copyright  2003 America Online, Inc.
AOLTRAY.EXE	4294412415	C:\PROGRAM FILES\AMERICA ONLINE 9.0\AOLTRAY.EXE	AOL Tray Icon 9.00.001.  Copyright (C) America Online, Inc. 1999 - 2004
CCAPP.EXE	4294456591	C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\SYMANTEC SHARED\CCAPP.EXE	Common Client CC App 1.0.10.006.  Copyright (c) 2000-2002 Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved.
CCEVTMGR.EXE	4294821963	C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\SYMANTEC SHARED\CCEVTMGR.EXE	Event Manager Service 1.03.4.  Copyright (c) 2000-2002 Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved.
CWB3DSND.EXE	4294401143	C:\WINDOWS\CWB3DSND.EXE	Crystal 3D Audio Control 4.05.2600.  Copyright  1997 - Crystal Semiconductor Corp
DDHELP.EXE	4294121567	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\DDHELP.EXE	Microsoft DirectX Helper 4.07.00.0700.  Copyright  Microsoft Corp. 1994-1999
DELLDMI.EXE	4294767747	C:\DMI\BIN\DELLDMI.EXE	DELLDMI.EXE
DIRECTCD.EXE	4294525771	C:\PROGRAM FILES\DIRECTCD\DIRECTCD.EXE	DirectCD Application 2.5d (296).  Copyright (c) 1996-1999 Adaptec, Inc.
DNAR.EXE	4294587743	C:\DMI\BIN\DNAR.EXE	DNAR.EXE
EM_EXEC.EXE	4294622207	C:\PROGRAM FILES\LOGITECH\MOUSEWARE\SYSTEM\EM_EXEC.EXE	Control Center 9.71.  Copyright  Logitech Inc. 1987-2002.
EVNTSVC.EXE	4294620003	C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\REAL\UPDATE_OB\EVNTSVC.EXE	RealNetworks Scheduler 0.1.0.880.  Copyright  RealNetworks, Inc. 1995-2002
EXPLORER.EXE	4294762739	C:\WINDOWS\EXPLORER.EXE	Windows Explorer 4.72.3110.1.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1981-1997
HOTSYNC.EXE	4294439631	C:\PROGRAM FILES\PALM\HOTSYNC.EXE	HotSync Manager Application 3.1.0H.  Copyright  1995-1999 Palm Computing, Inc.
IEXPLORE.EXE	4294186035	C:\PROGRAM FILES\INTERNET EXPLORER\IEXPLORE.EXE	Internet Explorer 6.00.2800.1106.   Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
ITOUCH.EXE	4294571239	C:\PROGRAM FILES\LOGITECH\ITOUCH\ITOUCH.EXE	iTouch Application 2.10.  (C) 1998-2002 Logitech. All rights reserved.
KERNEL32.DLL	4279228055	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\KERNEL32.DLL	Win32 Kernel core component 4.10.2222.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1991-1999
LOADQM.EXE	4294488043	C:\WINDOWS\LOADQM.EXE	Microsoft QMgr 5.4.1103.3.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1981-1999
MM_TRAY.EXE	4294542007	C:\PROGRAM FILES\MUSICMATCH\MUSICMATCH JUKEBOX\MM_TRAY.EXE	mm_tray 7.50.1070.  Copyright  MUSICMATCH 1998-2003
MMTASK	4294744887	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\mmtask.tsk	Multimedia background task support module 4.03.1998.  Copyright  Microsoft Corp. 1991-1998
MONITOR.EXE	4294592891	C:\DMI\BIN\MONITOR.EXE	MONITOR.EXE
MPREXE.EXE	4294861543	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MPREXE.EXE	WIN32 Network Interface Service Process 4.10.1998.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1993-1998
MSGSRV32	4294934887	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSGSRV32.EXE	Windows 32-bit VxD Message Server 4.10.2222.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1992-1998
MSTASK.EXE	4294836007	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSTASK.EXE	Task Scheduler Engine 4.71.1972.1.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 2000
NIC.EXE	4294595143	C:\DMI\BIN\NIC.EXE	NIC.EXE
NODEMNGR.EXE	4294518363	C:\DMI\BIN\NODEMNGR.EXE	NodeMngr MFC Application 1, 0, 0, 1.  Copyright (C) 1998
NWPOPUP	4294801907	C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\NWPOPUP.EXE	NetWare Broadcast Message Utility for Microsoft Windows 3.15.98.317.   Copyright 1989-1998 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
PRCVIEW.EXE	4294116251	C:\UNZIPPED\PRCVIEW\PRCVIEW.EXE	Process Viewer Application 3.7.2.5.  Developed by Igor Nys, 1995-2002
PSSVC.EXE	4294776143	C:\WINDOWS\PSSVC.EXE	AutoShutdown/ThermalShutdown Service for Windows NT and Windows 95/98 Copyright  1996, 1999 Dell Computer Corporation
QTTASK.EXE	4294403051	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\QTTASK.EXE	QuickTime QuickTime 6.5.   Apple Computer, Inc. 2001-2004
RPCSS.EXE	4294644023	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\RPCSS.EXE	Distributed COM Services 4.71.2900.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1981-1998
SPOOL32.EXE	4294936863	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\SPOOL32.EXE	Spooler Sub System Process 4.10.1998.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1994 - 1998
SYSTEMIE.EXE	4294335455	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\SYSTEMIE.EXE	SYSTEMIE.EXE
SYSTRAY.EXE	4294528931	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\SYSTRAY.EXE	System Tray Applet 4.10.2222.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1993-1998
TASKMON.EXE	4294607331	C:\WINDOWS\TASKMON.EXE	Task Monitor 4.10.1998.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1998
WIN32SL.EXE	4294786375	C:\DMI\BIN\WIN32SL.EXE	WIN32SL 2, 0, 0, 62.  Copyright  1997-1998 Intel Corporation
WMIEXE.EXE	4294353075	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\WMIEXE.EXE	WMI service exe housing 5.00.1755.1.  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1981-1998
XL.EXE	4294465039	C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\XL.EXE	XtreamLok License Manager 1, 7, 0, 39.  Copyright 2002
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OK, so your hard drive has plenty of breathing room.

40 processes sounds like a lot for your basic desktop machine I'd still like to see the list if possible; does PRCView have any facilty for printing the list or saving it to a text file? I use Norton's Process Viewer, so I'm not familiar with PRCView.

In the process viewer, can you see any processes running which seem to be taking up an inordinate amout of CPU time or other system resources?

I just found an easier to read version on Adaware. File is attached.

Attachments
Lavasoft Ad-aware Personal Build 162
Logfile created on  :Monday, June 21, 2004 12:21:16 PM
Created with Ad-aware Personal, free for private use.
Using reference-file :0R114 09.02.2003
______________________________________________________

Ad-aware Settings
=========================
Set : Activate in-depth scan (Recommended)
Set : Safe mode (always request confirmation)
Set : Scan active processes
Set : Scan registry
Set : Deep scan registry


Listing running processes


#:1 [kernel32.dll]
    FilePath           : C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\
    ProcessID          : 4279228055
    Threads            : 4
    Priority           : High
    FileSize           : 460 KB
    FileVersion        : 4.10.2222
    ProductVersion     : 4.10.2222
    Copyright          : Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1991-1999
    CompanyName        : Microsoft Corporation
    FileDescription    : Win32 Kernel core component
    InternalName       : KERNEL32
    OriginalFilename   : KERNEL32.DLL
    ProductName        : Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Operating System
    Created on         : 1/1/01
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 4/24/99 2:22:00 AM

#:2 [msgsrv32.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\
    ProcessID          : 4294934887
    Threads            : 1
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 11 KB
    FileVersion        : 4.10.2222
    ProductVersion     : 4.10.2222
    Copyright          : Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1992-1998
    CompanyName        : Microsoft Corporation
    FileDescription    : Windows 32-bit VxD Message Server
    InternalName       : MSGSRV32
    OriginalFilename   : MSGSRV32.EXE
    ProductName        : Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Operating System
    Created on         : 1/1/01
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 4/24/99 2:22:00 AM

#:3 [spool32.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\
    ProcessID          : 4294936863
    Threads            : 2
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 44 KB
    FileVersion        : 4.10.1998
    ProductVersion     : 4.10.1998
    Copyright          : Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1994 - 1998
    CompanyName        : Microsoft Corporation
    FileDescription    : Spooler Sub System Process
    InternalName       : spool32
    OriginalFilename   : spool32.exe
    ProductName        : Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Operating System
    Created on         : 1/1/01
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 4/24/99 2:22:00 AM

#:4 [mprexe.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\
    ProcessID          : 4294861543
    Threads            : 2
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 28 KB
    FileVersion        : 4.10.1998
    ProductVersion     : 4.10.1998
    Copyright          : Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1993-1998
    CompanyName        : Microsoft Corporation
    FileDescription    : WIN32 Network Interface Service Process
    InternalName       : MPREXE
    OriginalFilename   : MPREXE.EXE
    ProductName        : Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Operating System
    Created on         : 1/1/01
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 4/24/99 2:22:00 AM

#:5 [nwpopup.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\
    ProcessID          : 4294801907
    Threads            : 1
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 19 KB
    FileVersion        : 3.15.98.317
    ProductVersion     : 3.15.98.317
    Copyright          :   Copyright 1989-1998 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
    CompanyName        : Novell, Inc.
    FileDescription    : NetWare Broadcast Message Utility for Microsoft Windows
    InternalName       : NWPOPUP
    OriginalFilename   : NWPOPUP.EXE
    ProductName        : NetWare Drivers 3.10
    Created on         : 2/16/00 7:39:59 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 11/13/98 9:18:20 PM

#:6 [win32sl.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\DMI\BIN\
    ProcessID          : 4294786375
    Threads            : 10
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 243 KB
    FileVersion        : 2, 0, 0, 62
    ProductVersion     : 2, 0, 0, 62
    Copyright          : Copyright   1997-1998 Intel Corporation
    CompanyName        : Intel
    FileDescription    : WIN32SL
    InternalName       : WIN32SL
    OriginalFilename   : WIN32SL.exe
    ProductName        : DMI 2.0s SDK
    Created on         : 2/2/00 11:38:28 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 1/27/99 4:00:08 PM

#:7 [pssvc.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\WINDOWS\
    ProcessID          : 4294776143
    Threads            : 2
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 36 KB
    FileVersion        : 2.0
    Copyright          : Copyright   1996, 1999 Dell Computer Corporation
    CompanyName        : Dell Computer Corporation
    FileDescription    : AutoShutdown/ThermalShutdown Service for Windows NT and Windows 95/98
    InternalName       : PSSVC
    OriginalFilename   : PSSVC.EXE
    ProductName        : Dell AutoShutdown/ThermalShutdown Service
    Created on         : 1/1/01
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 4/28/99 5:46:50 PM

#:8 [mstask.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\
    ProcessID          : 4294836007
    Threads            : 2
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 109 KB
    FileVersion        : 4.71.1972.1
    ProductVersion     : 4.71.1972.1
    Copyright          : Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 2000
    CompanyName        : Microsoft Corporation
    FileDescription    : Task Scheduler Engine
    InternalName       : TaskScheduler
    OriginalFilename   : mstask.exe
    ProductName        : Microsoft  Windows  Task Scheduler
    Created on         : 9/25/01 10:29:13 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 9/25/01 10:29:14 PM

#:9 [ccevtmgr.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\SYMANTEC SHARED\
    ProcessID          : 4294821963
    Threads            : 25
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 309 KB
    FileVersion        : 1.03.4
    ProductVersion     : 1.03.4
    Copyright          : Copyright (c) 2000-2002 Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved.
    CompanyName        : Symantec Corporation
    FileDescription    : Event Manager Service
    InternalName       : ccEvtMgr
    OriginalFilename   : ccEvtMgr.exe
    ProductName        : Event Manager
    Created on         : 11/13/02 8:44:02 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 11/13/02 8:44:02 PM

#:10 [aolacsd.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\AOL\ACS\
    ProcessID          : 4294804031
    Threads            : 13
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 1109 KB
    FileVersion        : 2.0.20.1.US.1        
    ProductVersion     : 2.0.20.1.US.1        
    Copyright          : Copyright   2003 America Online, Inc.
    CompanyName        : America Online, Inc.
    FileDescription    : AOL Connectivity Service
    InternalName       : AOLacsd
    OriginalFilename   : AOLacsd.exe
    ProductName        : AOL Connectivity Service
    Created on         : 6/19/04 2:54:39 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 4/7/04 4:07:32 PM

#:11 [mmtask.tsk]
    FilePath           : C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\
    ProcessID          : 4294744887
    Threads            : 1
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 1 KB
    FileVersion        : 4.03.1998
    ProductVersion     : 4.03.1998
    Copyright          : Copyright   Microsoft Corp. 1991-1998
    CompanyName        : Microsoft Corporation
    FileDescription    : Multimedia background task support module
    InternalName       : mmtask.tsk
    OriginalFilename   : mmtask.tsk
    ProductName        : Microsoft Windows
    Created on         : 1/1/01
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 4/24/99 2:22:00 AM

#:12 [rpcss.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\
    ProcessID          : 4294644023
    Threads            : 6
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 20 KB
    FileVersion        : 4.71.2900
    ProductVersion     : 4.71.2900
    Copyright          : Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1981-1998
    CompanyName        : Microsoft Corporation
    FileDescription    : Distributed COM Services
    InternalName       : rpcss.exe
    OriginalFilename   : rpcss.exe
    ProductName        : Microsoft(R) Windows NT(TM) Operating System
    Created on         : 1/1/01
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 4/24/99 2:22:00 AM

#:13 [delldmi.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\DMI\BIN\
    ProcessID          : 4294767747
    Threads            : 4
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 362 KB
    Created on         : 2/2/00 11:38:29 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 1/28/99 7:14:00 PM

#:14 [monitor.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\DMI\BIN\
    ProcessID          : 4294592891
    Threads            : 3
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 24 KB
    Created on         : 2/2/00 11:38:29 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 1/27/99 4:00:16 PM

#:15 [nic.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\DMI\BIN\
    ProcessID          : 4294595143
    Threads            : 3
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 64 KB
    Created on         : 2/2/00 11:38:32 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
    Last modified      : 1/27/99 4:00:10 PM

#:16 [dnar.exe]
    FilePath           : C:\DMI\BIN\
    ProcessID          : 4294587743
    Threads            : 1
    Priority           : Normal
    FileSize           : 171 KB
    Created on         : 2/2/00 11:38:28 PM
    Last accessed      : 6/21/04 4:00:00 AM
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