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JamesJoey

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  1. I'm considering SUPERAntiSpyware Professional. Currently I have Microsoft Security Essentials doing real-time protection and I understand SUPERAntiSpyware Professional has real-time protection abilities. Is it a good idea to have 2 programs doing real-time protection and if I prefer only 1 real-time can I turn off real-time protection for SUPERAntiSpyware Professional? Thanks, James
  2. Ah. I never saw it in the notification area. It was set to 'Only show notifications'. I got it now. Thanks, James
  3. Uninstalling and Reinstalling didn't help, but I did find something out. Seems I need to double click the icon twice to open the interface when I have 'Start SUPERAntiSpyware when Windows starts' unchecked. When it is checked it's already open. I suspect the free version is not real-time monitoring so I see no reason to start it when Windows starts. Maybe this is by design?? James
  4. There is no icon for SuperAntiSpyware in the task bar when I try to open it. Although I see it listed in Task Manager. James
  5. Hi. I'm using SuperAntiSpyware Free.When I double click the icon on my desktop the splash screen pops up but the interface doesn't open. The program is listed in Windows Task Manager. I'll wait for a minute or so and no interface. It's only when I right click the icon and select 'Open' does the interface appear. I can't seem to find a version number, either. James
  6. Got it. I'll use it for scanning purposes. Thanks, James
  7. I believe I've asked this before but I want to double check. Since real-time protection isn't available with the free edition, does it make any difference if I start the product when Windows starts? Thanks, James
  8. I'm getting an Event error in the Microsoft|CodeIntegrety|Operational section of Adimnistrative Tools|Event Viewer: Code Integrity determined an unsigned kernel module \Device\HarddiskVolume1\Tools\SUPERAntiSpyware\sasdifsv.sys is loaded into the system. Check with the publisher to see if a signed version of the kernel module is available. BTW the ...\Tools\SUPERAntiSApyware\ folder is the folder I installed SuperAntiSpyware to. I don't have SuperAntiSpyware starting at startup but I'm wondering what this is for and why SuperAntiSpyware or Vista is attempting to start this .sys file. Seems to be occurring at startup and another occurrance about 50 minutes after startup. It occurred 8 times yesterday. Is it for definition updates? I see no setting for updates in SuperAntiSpyware 'Preferences.' It's probably not importasnt but I like to have some contrrol over what starts and doesn't start on my system. Thanks, Jamews
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