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Computer Issues!
« on: Jul 22, 2014, 02:10 PM »
Hey I am having issues with my computer. I cant boot normally without crashing! However in safe mode I can boot all day. I have a conime.exe that when I turn off in msconfig in safe mode causes me to not even get to the windows load screen. I finally got myself to the normal screen but I can't play with my computer for 30 mins every time I want to turn it on. Any tech gurus know whats going on. (Running AVG atm hoping that it will fix this.)


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Re: Computer Issues!
« Reply #1 on: Jul 22, 2014, 06:47 PM »
If that doesn't work try Norton power eraser and also hitman pro.

Those 2 are my secret recipe for fixing issues like that.

You can also try a system restore point. I do that last tho.


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Re: Computer Issues!
« Reply #2 on: Jul 22, 2014, 07:05 PM »
If you have anything on your system that requires Asain language input (strange things do) you can't boot without ConIME.exe

It is an easy target for replacement since most western users wouldn't notice it isn't doing what it's supposed to do.

If it's in %system%/system32, it's probably legit. If it isn't, it's bad, but it's not something that will stop you from booting your system. It's usually part of a backdoor. It wants your system booted or you can't be a DDoS node.

A computer that goes from good to bad--not just misbehaving, but unbootable or extremely unstable--is usually a hardware issue. It could be disk related so running chkdsk in safe mode will lock out any bad sectors that may have developed.

If it is something that just wants to watch the world burn, Kaspersky usually has a free trial if you haven't used it, and since the Russians make most of the malware, they also make the best anti-malware.

ps. Stop downloading Asian porn MMOs.
Happiness is when you play a game so well that people call you a hacker.

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Re: Computer Issues!
« Reply #3 on: Aug 08, 2014, 01:05 AM »
Yeah so I was looking through this and was like...hmm issues with computer that is my crappy FPS after anything is pulled.  SO i'm like well lets see what happens.  Running hitman pro and already found 120 cookies... maybe part of my problem.


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Re: Computer Issues!
« Reply #4 on: Aug 08, 2014, 07:33 PM »
Cookies are rarely the issue with performance. I suggest checking wildstar forums on things you can do to improve performance. I had all kinds of issues with my computer and this game until I followed their instructions. I saw the best improvement after a format and driver updates tho. Gotta love windows


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