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(Solved) HiJack This not showing running programs

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  1. panzer999

    panzer999 Thread Starter

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    Heya folks!

    Got a little problem with HiJack This! I have the latest version and all that.

    For some reason it is not showing processes that are currently running like it used to (eg explorer.exe...). I have tried different settings in 'Configure' but nothing helps.

    I have nothing on the Ignore list. I'll post a screen shot of the 'Main' page under 'Configure':

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    Thanks for any help!
     

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  2. mobo

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    You're settings are identical to mine, so I suggest a deletion and reload of the program.
     
  3. dvk01

    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    1.97 had a few problems on some systems, 1.97.1 0r 1.97.2 fixed the problems possibly you were one of the problems

    uninstall & download the latest version
     
  4. mobo

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    woops , mine is 1.96. guess i'm in for the upgrade as well.:D
     
  5. panzer999

    panzer999 Thread Starter

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    Thanks motherboard and dvk01!

    I just tried that (removed the old one under Configure>Misc, then deleted the icon). Downloaded and ran the new on. Still have the same problem.

    Current version: 1.97.0.2

    Funny thing is, same version is working great on another machine running Win 98.

    What gives???
     
  6. mobo

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    Try saving a log and see if the running services are logged on that.
     
  7. panzer999

    panzer999 Thread Starter

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    That was a good idea motherboard, thanks!

    Running processes show up fine in the saved log, just not in the scan windows.

    What's that mean???
     
  8. mobo

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    I only wish iI could explain so.:D
     
  9. panzer999

    panzer999 Thread Starter

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    Hehe...I thought you'd give me fix!! :D

    No harm done I recon...it's a free program :D :D
     
  10. dvk01

    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    running processes don't show in the scan window normally only in the saved log, at least on all the machines I run it on
     
  11. mobo

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    Thanks Derek
     
  12. panzer999

    panzer999 Thread Starter

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    Yeah Thanks Derek :)

    Must be loosing my friggin' mind. Showing my age, I guess!

    I *thought* the log was showing running processes on my 98 machine. Just checked, but as you said it doesn't.

    Hit me the next time I ask a stupid question please :D

    Thanks again for the help you two!!
     
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    *SMACK*




    :D

    Couldn't resist ;)
     
  14. panzer999

    panzer999 Thread Starter

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    Yeah yeah yeah....had that one coming :)
     
  15. mobo

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    Doh.............:D
     
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