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The latest SAS update seems to kill I/O.

The drive just churns continually.

(see the attached I/O from Process Explorer -- the hole in the middle is where I exited SAS, before restarting it).

Is anyone else seeing this?

I am running SAS Professional Lifetime

Program Version 4.53.1000

Definition database Core: 7205 Trace: 5017

System

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Dell Vostro 230

64-bit Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1

4gb RAM

120 gb disk free

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The latest SAS update seems to kill I/O.

The drive just churns continually.

(see the attached I/O from Process Explorer -- the hole in the middle is where I exited SAS, before restarting it).

Is anyone else seeing this?

I am running SAS Professional Lifetime

Program Version 4.53.1000

Definition database Core: 7205 Trace: 5017

System

-------

Dell Vostro 230

64-bit Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1

4gb RAM

120 gb disk free

What process are you referring to? Can you give us more details? Also no file was attached ..

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What process are you referring to? Can you give us more details? Also no file was attached ..

Process Explorer is a Microsoft Technet tool.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653

The attachment sometimes shows in the forum and sometimes not (!?!)

But here it is again (SAS2.png).

It pretty clearly shows the issue; which came about with the latest SAS update.

(The Teal and Purple both show SuperAntiSpyware, when clicked on)

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Process Explorer is a Microsoft Technet tool.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653

The attachment sometimes shows in the forum and sometimes not (!?!)

But here it is again (SAS2.png).

It pretty clearly shows the issue; which came about with the latest SAS update.

(The Teal and Purple both show SuperAntiSpyware, when clicked on)

Exactly though; what processes (not program) are you referring to that are constantly reading or writing to your drive?

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Exactly though; what processes (not program) are you referring to that are constantly reading or writing to your drive?

Not sure what you are looking for Sean.

It's something in SAS (SuperAntiSpyware).

When I run it, disk I/O goes way up. Refer to the graphic.

When I exit SAS, the disk I/O drops to normal.

Nothing else is running.

This behavior began with a June update of SAS.

What should I do (as a user) to tell what process/processes in SAS cause this?

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