(2002 ed.), w/SP2, on a Gateway FX400 X, though I've upgraded the RAM to 2 GB, added a hard drive (for video capture),and added a hardware modem (with the intent that it would take some load off the processor).
my MSCONFIG start up list is :
LTMSG LTMSG.exe 7
qttask "C:\ProgramFiles\Quicktime\qttask.exe" - at boot time
dumprep O -k %systemroot%\system32\dumprep O -k
adobe Reader Spe... "C:\Progra~1\Adobe\ACROBAT~1.0\Reader~1.EXE
First of all, I thought I'd uninstalled the Pinnacle, but I'm still finding bits and pieces here and there.
Next, the Quicktime came with the Pinnacle installation, and it's the only part of that installation I didn't uninstall. I'd rather not have it, and I'll probably never use the QTPlayer. But it seems necessary for video editing. If I get rid of it entirely, will the Movie Maker or the Adobe P.E.3 be compromised/corrupted?
As far as I know, Idon't have any use for the Intel Audio Studio. But do I need it for the Intel motherboard and processor?
This nwiz concerns me. The "keeploaded/nodetect" makes me suspicious.
so I unchecked it.
If I uncheck the Adobe Reader Speed Launch, will it still function when I need it?
As for the Services, there's about 2.5 pages worth, but only about 7 that aren't MS. But there's a number of the MS services I'm thinking I don't need, since I'm the only user, and my only "network" is with my ISP.
Normally, when I'm gonna do video, I turn off the Zone Alarm and AVG from the desktop. When I'm done, I reboot, and they come back on, no problem.
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