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#1 Dragonlair

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Posted 04 December 2010 - 06:07 PM

I recently installed Creator 2011 and it came with BackOnTrack. However, I do my backups a different way (manually and routinely) and do not wish to use this product. However, in case I ever decide to use it, I don't want to uninstall it. How do I block BOT4Service from running at boot time other than use MSConfig or uninstalling it?

I am running Vista Ultimate SP2 (32-bit) and if you block something using MSConfig, you get an error message. If you use Software Explorer (Windows Defender tool), you get so such error.

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Posted 05 December 2010 - 06:17 AM

I'd use MSConfig.

You shouldn't get an error message.You should get a warning that you've disabled something but you can just check the box that tells it not to show the warning again.

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#3 Dragonlair

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Posted 05 December 2010 - 10:32 AM

When I said "error message", I meant a notification that something was blocked. However, that does not appear to happen with Processes, just applications. I did disable Back on Track and re-booted with no messages at all.

That should reduce some of the overhead of my system from unwanted processing going on behind my back.

Thanks for the recommendation. It worked!

#4 Dragonlair

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Posted 05 December 2010 - 02:32 PM

Actually, I found a better way to change the status of this. Use Administrative Tools > Services to do it. It's a bit cleaner and easier to see as well as having a few extra options for the status.

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Posted 06 December 2010 - 06:08 AM

That'll work also.Didn't think of that one at the time.

"Stop, wait a minute
Fill my cup, put some liquor in it
Take a sip, sign a check
Julio, get the stretch
Ride to Harlem, Hollywood
Jackson, Mississippi
If we show up, we gon' show out
Smoother than a fresh dry skippy"

 

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64 bitWindows 10 OS
AMD FX-8320 8 core 3.5Ghz processor with Arctic Freezer 64 Pro cooling fan
Gigabyte GA-970A-DS3 AM3+ motherboard
Galaxy GeForce GTX 550 Ti video card with 1Gb memory
8Gb G Skill Ripjaws Series DDR3 1600 RAM
120GB OCZ Vertex 3 SSD drive
1Tb Hitachi SATA hard drive
LG WH14NS40 Blu-Ray drive
Lite-On iHAS224-06 SATA DVD drive
Rosewill Destroyer case
Cambridge Soundworks THX 5.1 speaker system
Onboard Realtek HD audio
I-inc iH-252HPB 25" widescreen monitor connected via HDMI
Brother HL-L2380DW Laser Printer





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