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Windows 7: Program Execution (Initiailzing) Issues


07 Jun 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 
Program Execution (Initiailzing) Issues

A month ago, I noticed this issue in ea game fifa. When i ran that, It didn't show up. I opened the task manager, it did there in process tab as fifa.exe with low Memory (Private working set). I had to end the process and reboot the game, It's the 2nd time when the game runs without any issues. Yesterday this thing attacked gta sa. Its memory (PWS) was around 2000 K in task manager which is normally above 80,000K when the game runs successfully. I ended the process and likely ran the gtasa.exe again to make it work. Today this shit stuck to the IDM which is the process executed on windows boot. I didn't see the IDM icon in notification area but it was there in task manager like above 2 cases.

What is the matter?


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14 Jun 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

I did an update to windows and restored the registry values (deleted by CCleaner), my friend told me to do that. All programs are fine now
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