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March 27, 2009 Reply gunasundari.t @ 12:05 pm after using pskill still running Reply Watching The Net @ 1:34 pm @gunasundari.t I never had that happen. asdf Lanfeust--" the same like smss.exe but in c:\windows\system folder not in the c:\windows\system32, where you can find the real smss.exe, signed by MS" --+-- mine is, its the only one and you are blind, you have like 95% of the people telling you that this damn thing doesn't work and you just come up with a terrible cop-out excuse every time, After figuring this out he and I polled senior Windows experts like the vice president of the Core Operating Systems Division, the technical lead of the Virtual PC team, and a have a peek at this web-site

That's already happened to me as well Let me try to help, if I can. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The problem is in my router, it's trying to send packages to 255.255.255.255 on port 162. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jangidsushil 0 Seeker Members 0 7 posts #8 ·  Posted March 11, 2008 Hmm, have you read this? read this post here

It comes with WindowsXP. http://www.gsmhosting.net/vbb/index.php$Life = "Happy" If @Error Then $Life = "Risk" Share this post Link to post Share on other sites avery 0 Prodigy Active Members 0 174 posts #17 ·  Posted August WH 10/17/2005 1:34:00 PM by White Hawk # re: Running Windows with No Services Hi Mark, I have tried your rootkit detection tool, it was very useful. Other places I've asked or researched have said "can't be done", which is bollocks -- I've seen embedded Win2000 machines running from ROM, no HD, and a miniscule amount of RAM,

Very well written, I'm using Process Explorer since last 3-4 month but never thought of this 😀 For me this is like Running Linux desktop with No Services 7/29/2005 6:39:00 AM Like all the other comments say actually. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Inverted 5 Universalist Active Members 5 653 posts #19 ·  Posted January 28, 2009 Taskkill was already mentioned. GET WITH IT DUDE!!!

If found, the entry is deleted instantly by the virus. Reply Watching The Net @ 11:36 am @Kevin It does work. But you start discussion on COMPLETELY different things (sorry for my English!). https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/66111-how-to-kill-critical-processes/ Juan Pablo smss.exe is a process which is a part of the Microsoft Windows Operating System.

It's all over my regstry and I cant seem to get rid of it. i deleted the first one. March 4, 2010 Reply jimmy @ 1:03 pm This worked….thanks March 6, 2010 Reply NIGathan @ 10:30 am Doesnt work with x64, says the program encountered an error and cannot continue. K This is the session manager subsystem, which is responsible for starting the user session.

As this process is vital for system boot on a Windows computer, errors can cause damage to adjacent system files like adb.exe. I do not appreciate your stupidity though. Goto http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals and look for the link to the entire suite. Paul "smss.exe is a process which is a part of the Microsoft Windows Operating System.

And it enables easy restarting of the service and no problems with ring0 threads… 9/8/2005 9:57:00 AM by diantus # re: Running Windows with No Services Wicked Tip !! >> use Check This Out It slow down your PC. Now what? See also: Link Danh system file daniel The smss.exe is trying to connect to the internet and as a system file it should not.

January 7, 2010 Reply Got it to work @ 2:09 pm I was having the same problem reported by a couple of commenters where pskill was not killing a normal, non-system Sharon When closing this, it gave me the warning that if I ended this process, my OS would shut down (Win7). somewhat like Linux. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-kill/cannot-kill-rtvscan-exe.html Register Now. ?

Both are signed by Microsoft, are same 49.5K size, and both have the same install date. I suspect that both are legimate, but why would there be TWO installed smss.exe ? Tried it with -t switch.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites LIMITER 0 Universalist Active Members 0 473 posts #2 ·  Posted March 10, 2008 I think they don't work because windows

i'm not infected with the same virus but it works like this virus. The file ships with the operating system, and again, is simply the application that manages user and client sessions on your Windows XP PC. Then I deleted it in safe mode and everything is okay now. which again, looks lovely, but couldn't close the hanging software!

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Mantar GEFL-TLDFILUFDJCFVHDFJKHJMBHNV VXUJIULVCBCVMVGGVBFCUDFGMFGDN This is also the name of the SQL Server Management Studio exe. It is the first process started after booting See also: Link FMasic ok if in windows\system32. Reply Kevin @ 2:48 am @Robyn: You have to go into task manager/view/select columns then check the one for PID. From theme doing threi things like to fix something nothing working at all.

[email protected] i hope to hear from someone soon on this….thanks May 11, 2009 Reply Poyan @ 8:06 am Hello, I have this problem to in windows XP, anyone have any solution Your computer needs it! Now after restarting, if I click on Opera and try to open afresh rather than with the previous tabs, it still goes unresponsive with the timer up. It allows you to kill just about anything bypassing any restrictions.

Passing parameters to boilerplate text Can dispel magic end a darkness spell? HOW OLD is this article. Then I turned off System Restore.