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Can't run task manager

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by labecs, Apr 21, 2010.

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  1. labecs

    labecs Thread Starter

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    I am having problems running task manager. I have done a clean boot and found that at first, Avast was causing it not to work, and after uninstalling Avast, I find that it's Logitech SetPoint causing the problem. I can't live without SetPoint because I need to use all the buttons in my mouse, so, is there a program that I can use to substitute task manager?
     
  2. huggie54

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    hi again Labecs,still not working then,do you get any error messages when trying to start Task Manager?there is a program"Process Manager"does the same thing i think
     
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    Sorry to jump in,
    but does Process Explorer(download link in my sign) work as a substitute of task managerin windows 7?
    If yes,then you can go with it
     
  5. antech

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    Do you know how logitech set point is causing the problem?
    Is the application 64 bit compitable?
     
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