[pcductape] Re: low resources on fresh boot up

  • From: "Pam" <ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 15:32:35 -0600

Well, housecalls online AV won't load to be able to run.  I've tried half
dozen times and it stops at 95% every time.  Anyone know of another one to
try? Also, could the AOL connection have have anything to do with the


  Thanks David and Troy.  I've already located a couple of spyware pirates.

  And there's a passle full of things I don't recognize running.  I'm off to
check this stuff out.

    I would definitely look at the MSCONFIG.  You can compare what ever is
checked/listed against these sites.  They will tell you what each of those
items do.





    Hope these sites help...


      I think msconfig works on me, I would take all from startup from
running, restart and see where you are at and then isolate the culprit. :>)
        -----Original Message-----
        From: Pam [mailto:ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx]
        Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2003 3:46 PM
        To: pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
        Subject: [pcductape] low resources on fresh boot up

        Hey All,
        I'm looking at a machine running ME, that when freshly booted,
claims to have only 8% resources free and warns that some programs won't

        His original complaint is that he can no longer cut or copy, and
paste.  He's running AOL 8.0 and he's right, you can't, but when I opened MS
Works, I could highlight but copy or cut was not in the right click options.
I tried CTRL C and it copied just fine, and then tried right click again and
Paste was available.  Ok, so it looks like that complaint depends on which
program you are in.

        I am currently attempting to run an online virus scan on the machine
to eliminate any question there.  He's running something called System Suite
4, but I don't find a way to update it.... yet.  Anyone know if it auto

        He's got LOTS of stuff on his machine that he's downloaded but the
hdd shows only about 10% full.  I haven't even begun to explore that yet
because the system resources caught my attention.

        I'm going to clean up the temp files and such too.

        Need LOTS of suggestions on what to look at and look for.  I know
nothing about the ME operating system.


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