Note. Was able to kill processes where Process Explorer was failing with access denied messages. –Ivan Karajas Jun 17 '12 at 23:42 3 Thanks! That's all. Reply Nutty @ 8:03 pm @Nutty: Huh, opps I thought @Watching The Net: made that post. have a peek at this web-site
Or, you might check out security templates that can be used with secedit.exe - perhaps, something like this is available in 7... the rights get passed on its child processes. But I've been around puters when we used punch cards on old Univac machines. nothing happened.
Daily affirmation: net helpmsg 4006 TomWij Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Groupie Joined: 04 February 2009 Status: Offline Points: 82 Post Options Post Reply You can start it again through the menu "file>run>'explorer'" in the taskmanager. So easy! You can check this by typing this at the prompt: whoami It should return SYSTEM.
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I have created my own batch file where it uses pskill to kill all instances of explorer, waits for 3 seconds and then starts explorer. August 14, 2012 Reply Obentag @ 1:13 pm Microsoft really needs to come up with a proper task ender. share|improve this answer answered May 8 '13 at 6:24 Vadzim 46569 add a comment| up vote 3 down vote Not sure the reason but using Sysinternal's Process Explorer and clicking at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12528963/taskkill-f-doesnt-kill-a-process Not the answer you're looking for?
I desperately needed to find a solution and did.October 17, 2014 Jacob Thanks the tip about NirCmd!! Im using Windows 8 Professional on a multiprocessor machine (4), intel core i5-3317U cpu @ 1.7 Ghz speed and 6Gb RAM. I have tried endlessly to find a tool or soemthing that works, but no success. Nice article though.
Thanks, Clara February 28, 2014 Reply XaviN @ 6:18 am The best way for me… I have runned a Power-shell command and the sqlio.exe died. Related Articles Create an administrator command prompt shortcut Use path wildcards to save time in explorer and command prompt Access Sysinternals utilities over the web with command prompt Manage Windows Features On XP or Windows 2003 you can do this using ntsd that ships out of the box: ntsd -pn myapp.exe ntsd will open up a new window. February 2, 2010 Reply Ivan @ 4:41 pm It works, i had two stubborn process and this did the trick.
Closing Visual Studio helped kill the problematic process. –Joakim Jul 25 at 14:18 add a comment| 10 Answers 10 active oldest votes up vote 254 down vote accepted "End Process" on http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-kill/cannot-kill-rtvscan-exe.html same result.. May 18, 2010 Reply Geald O Moore @ 7:18 am I have a green medalion for "Antispyware Soft" in the lower right process bar. It displays the dark gray steam pop-up - "Preparing to launch Team Fortress 2" - and then nothing happens, and we're where we started.
the /t kills child processes too. When I open the application it just says, this application is allready running. Thank you. –Tolga Oct 26 at 21:49 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Try using APT(Advanced Process Terminator), kills any process easily. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-kill/cannot-kill-w3wp-exe.html When I reboot my computer the whole thing starts over again.
I'd look for another solution to whatever problem you are facing. Type REGEDIT and Enter. 2. Turned out that process had descended processes.
Now go to path, click the edit button, insert a semi-colon followed by the path to the directory where you put pstools for example: ;C:\pstools This is by far a much Stop blaming sites for giving you a utility that was not meant to fix application issues. pskill -t doesn't works 4me. It seems that windows explorer is rendering something even when it's in background, and that makes it necessary to turn it off to avoid crippled colors in the game. –Tomáš Zato
Starting in Windows 8 and also in Windows 10, you can also just find Windows Explorer in the Task Manager and then click the Restart button. oh and yeah.. share|improve this answer edited Jun 15 '12 at 14:04 random♦ 10.5k83954 answered May 7 '12 at 17:51 Kartik Anand 16318 4 Um Yea, it can still say "access denied". have a peek here It is best to go from the command line and use taskkill /f /pid and the pid you are trying to kill.
i'm so god damn fed up with this shit.. 🙁 September 12, 2011 Reply ANONYMOUS @ 10:40 am I tried the pskill tool, very useful but doesnt work on one of Once you've closed Explorer, sometimes it'll open right back up again. In that case, a reboot is most likely the only resolution. kill.exe (from the NT Res kit) will cause a program to exit, but if you have a crash handler installed (particularly windbg), it can cause issues as the OS will see
It'll speed up your computer. I'm unable to force kill the processHow are you trying to kill the process? I think it is an error in the implementation of gdb in Code::Blocks, but could also be in gdb ;) My Solution: taskkill /F /IM process.exe /T This shows the PID