At the same time a registry list appears just before or just after RegVac starts. If before, I don't X it until RegVac done. If after, I X it immediately and let RegVac its thing.
I have not tried to install Google Chrome. I am building a distrust of Google with many reports of a purported connection with the government surveillance of the Internet and their growing of interference with free expression.
For quite a while I am seeing another error message on signoff of a SSMMgr.exe problem.
Anything you can enlighten me of what may be going on. If not can you blog me on your site.
Posted: May 17th, 2011, 11:33am
I don't use regvac or any other registry editor so cannot help you much with that problem. But the Registry is not a batch file and Windows skips bad entries. The entry you have is an uninstall routine. If Google Chrome is not there it cannot uninstall, so skips it.
ssMMgr.exe is Samsung Status Monitor Manager. Think about what you have attached to the computer made by Samsung and decide whether you need the status monitor.
To prevent it loading GoTo >Start >Run and type "msconfig" without the quotes. Click Startup. Find the program using the column sliders and uncheck it. Click Ok Restart. You will get a message as your desktop loads "You have used the microsoft configuration tooll" - tick the box "don't show this message again". Problem solved