i have core Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz 2.80 GHz, 24 gb ram, 512 nvme pci 3,0, hdd, 2 gb graphics, win 11 legal windows homw, when the computer starts, the cpu % is always in 100%, in between while woring normally, the processor % goes always 100%. can youguide regarding this.
I tried all the internet recommdndations to get rid of this damn thing; it's like a cacer that just keeps coming back.
This file is obviously spyware, and logs every key stroke one makes. I use to be able to disable it and did delete it using BoostSpeed13, but now it has locked itself, so i can no longer disable or delete it.
When i disable it, it shows in the task manager and the Services tab that it is still running even with it being disabled. If i close it using task manager, as soon as i hit a key on the keyboard, it reopens. There is one other program that is very similar to this and also opens and runs, clipmanager i think it is called. I can disable this, but it also comes back, not immediately but normally within the day.
How can i deleted these files or disable them perminently - they were never part of Windows 10 until very recently, so hence i beleiev e they are key logers and spyware.
Thanks in advance
In the list of termination failures there are several instance of Chrome.exe
Choosing IGNORE allows me to bypass the panel.
Boostspeed 13 is current with all maintenance
How can I stop the Boostspeed dashboard from being extranalized on every boot-up?
I have using AusLogic Bootspeed for over 6 mths (was on v 12.1.2 and now downlaoded v13
ever since i stalled and used your software My PC runs very very slow. In fact i think your software has drastically
affected my pc. what can be done to make it super fast like it was before installing
Why do I have to do these manoeuvres. I also have Auslogics Driver Updater but it's not of any help. Let me know how I can get Ethernet immediately after starting my PC.
I've tried many methods to delete most recent Restore Point or any other point even via the cmd prompt *deleting shadow copies) and it doesn't work. I installed some software my IOBIT Uninstaller cannot find to uninstall and it is not in the list of Add/Remove programs but they are 368MB in size and installed in my pc and cannot llocate them. Only going back to my previous restore point would work and I try to do it but it does not work. PC boots up saying system restore failed most likely dur to active anti-virus software but I have my Bitdefender dissabled permanently when I did the restore point procedure.
Any ideas? Could Bootspeed interfere with restoring the pc at an earlier restore point?
Спасибо за возможность задать Вам вопрос.
В моём ноутбуке - операционнная система WINDOWS 7; она была переустанавлена специалистом в январе этого года после профессиональной чистки системы.
Есть вопрос об ошибке, номер которой есть на скриншоте вложения, сделанном при внезапном отключении ноутбука во время обычной его работы. Такое внезапное отключение моего ноутбука случается неожиданно, всегда без всяких предварительных каких-либо признаков; при этом на экране висит текст с номером ошибки, который видно на скриншоте.
Что значат такие внезапные отключения? Как предотвратить такие отключения, что исправить в системе?
С уважением, Ана
Recently and very frecuent I got a problem with Windows 10. Blue screen error with mesage MEMORY MANAGEMENT issue. Then I must to turn oof the PC and reboot. Then from Power Shell, run "dism /online / cleanup-image / restorehealth". After several minutes the problem (¿?) is fixed, but after some time, this happend again and again. BootSpeed has any tool to check and fix this problem?
私の使用している機種は、デル製 Insupiron 5490 AIO、デバイス名 DELL2021、プロセッサ Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-10210U CPU @ 1.60GHz 2.11 GHz、実装RAM:8GB、Windous 10 Homeの21H です。
It is not a hardware issue as I have 32G Ram with an Intel i7. I check the Windows Event Viewer and persistently see issues with the "Cloud Files Diagnostic Event Listener", and the application-specific permission settings in COM Server Application.
Is there a way (or a tool in Auslogics) to use the info I find in the WIndows Viewer to address these or any other issues? Is there a Windows Event Viewer diagnostic tool I am unaware of? Am I barking up the wrong tree in using Windows Event Viewer and the real issue is elsewhere and there's a better way to identify the issue?
I am only associating the freezes with these issues because they usually occur right before Critical Error freeze occurs.
Help! And thanks.
This is not a issue, it is a technical question about Bootspeed version availability.
I have recently installed a free version of Bootspeed 12 in my home computer. It is a nice-to-have product but noticed that it is a 32-bit version. Is a x64 PRO version also available?
Even if this is not the case, will the upcoming product version (Bootspeed 13 PRO) have a 64-bit version?
PS: My installation OS is MS Windows 10 Home, x64 version, with Intel i7 CPU, and 32GB of RAM.