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atieclxx.exe is a legitimate Windows process file that belongs to AMD External Events. This program is related to ATi Graphic card drivers, and it is either responsible for running the card or simply performing a subsidiary role. As you can see, atieclxx.exe is a legitimate process file that is necessary in order for your graphic card to function properly. However, sometimes this file name can be used by computer malware to infiltrate your system as well. In such a case, you have to differentiate between the real atieclxx.exe and the fake atieclxx.exe, because there is no way that ATi Graphic card drivers could be related to malware infection. Read more »

How to fix “open with…” error

If your operating Windows system is infected with a rogue anti-spyware or another malicious program, it is likely you are now wondering how to fix “open with…” error. Inability to run many executable files on your computer is the clearest sign that it has been taken over by cyber criminals and their malicious programs. Well is it important to regain administrative privileges to run executables? Read more »

RegHunter Review

RegHunter Review

Is your computer undergoing unexplainable crashes? Is it running slower than usual? Are you noticing other disturbing dysfunctions? If you answer “yes” to all of these questions, you may want to learn about RegHunter, an irreplaceable registry scanner which can fix any existing errors and enhance the performance of your Windows Registry. Are you worried about slow PC speed and Internet connectivity issues? This is another thing that can be fixed by RegHunter. Read more »

How to Remove Malicious Registry Entries

A removal of spyware-related registry entries is a complex task, which, if performed incompletely or in a wrong way, may lead to or data loss or crash of the system. Before going deep into the removal of unwanted registry entries, back up the most important files: open the Start menu, select All Programs; choose Accessories and System Tools. Click on the last option System Tools and follow its instructions to create restore points, which will help you restore the lost data if something bad occurs during the deletion of registry entries. Read more »

How to Delete DLL Files

DLL (Dynamic Link Library) is a file that contains codes and other data to carry out particular functions that are demanded by different programs at the same time. In such case, it is not necessary to build all necessary files into a program, because all relevant processes are carried out by one specific DLL file. One more advantage of DLL files is that they do not occupy RAM (random access memory), which is used to store the main programs. Read more »

Malware Blocks Spyhunter

What to do if you cannot download SpyHunter and access the Internet?

In case you have run into difficulties downloading SpyHunter, malicious programs are disrupting the installation procedures or the ‘Open With’ dialog box keeps reappearing, please use the information provided below to resolve any issues. Read more »

How to Stop or Kill a Process

Windows Task Manager is a multifunctional utility allowing you to end any selected process. It may occur to you that a process or an application consumes too many memory resources or causes high percentage of CPU usage, which may imply that the process or the application has to be disabled. Below, you will find how to use your Windows Task Manager to end a selected process: Read more »

How to Unlock Task Manager

The research of deceptive computer tools has revealed that very often pseudo-antivirus applications disable Windows Task Manager so that a user cannot complete the removal of the rogue software. When Task Manager is disabled on an infected computer, an error is displayed instead of the Task Manager’s interface. Read more »

How to Disable the Paging File

Windows uses the paging file to store data that was in the physical memory, but then it was removed, because the system wanted to use the virtual memory for other purposes. Even though it is impossible the change the way Windows decides which programs are supposed to stay in the virtual memory and which will be kicked out. However, you can disable the paging file, so that the system would not use it anymore. Read more »

How to change the location of the Paging File

Paging File is a rather mobile part of the virtual memory, because it can be placed anywhere, even on an external hard drive connected to your computer via USB. Let’s say there are multiple drives in your system (not partitions of the same hard drive). If you move the paging file out of the main system drive, it might actually increase the overall system performance. Read more »