What bunch of dipstics wrote this crap?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by ato_zee, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. ato_zee

    ato_zee Guest

    PC effectively dies with Trusted Installer taking
    100% of CPU.
    It doesn't appear to do anything useful, only
    act like a virus.
    What's it doing?
    How do I get rid of it?
    ato_zee, Jan 14, 2008
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  2. Trusted installer installs, of course, like updates and stuff. It is
    scheduled to act periodically in the background. Since you are so hysterical
    at 100% CPU usage and apt to get rid of stuff you don't even know what it
    does, you have probably already rendered your system unusable with a cascade
    of unintended consequences due to your own ignorant acts, so who knows why
    your trusted installer can no longer be trusted.

    Start with the event viewer and read what is occurring at the times your
    mal-trusted installer is doing its thing.
    Cameron Snyder, Jan 14, 2008
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  3. ato_zee

    ato_zee Guest

    But written by dipsticks, it takes 100% CPU, so the
    PC goes into rigor mortis mode, which is definately
    not acting periodically in the background.
    More like it is acting in the foreground. Surely
    any competent programmer, and MS don't seem
    to have any, would program in around 30% CPU
    ato_zee, Jan 14, 2008
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    Frank Guest

    hahaha...now we're getting somewhere...so you think you're a
    "programmer" right...LOL!
    Frank, Jan 15, 2008
  5. Then it isn't 100% CPU that has you upset, but your machine is freezing up.
    I often get 100% usage and my PC is still perfectly responsive because of
    task priority. This has nothing to do with CPU percentage. Anyway, your
    machine is messed up, and given the tone and acumen of your post and
    unreasonable need to place blame elsewhere rather than find a solution, is
    probably due to your own actions.
    Cameron Snyder, Jan 15, 2008
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    Robyn Guest

    Have you ever tried right clicking on my computer, and opening it, then click
    on you hard drive then properties, and do a disk clean up, might help, in
    getting what not needed old cookies and temp files that's not needed anymore.
    Robyn, Jan 15, 2008
  7. ato_zee

    ato_zee Guest

    Only problem is I'm trying to get some work done, with 100% CPU and
    a PC with rigor mortis, Excel macros also have rigor mortis, since
    Excel macros also demand 100% CPU.
    MS just don't seem to have any competent programmers, they
    can't even make Excel a 64 bit program.
    MS seem totally incompetent in most areas.
    Their WGA server going down and crippling legitimate
    machines is just another example.
    Surely for a critical server you have a backup server.
    ato_zee, Jan 15, 2008
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    DarkSentinel Guest

    Funny, I never have those problems. And AGAIN, check your facts about the
    server crash. Don't you think that IF the server had been doing that it
    would have garnered more press, especially from the smacktards? Funny that
    the ONLY mention of a problem says August of 2007. Perhaps you should wait
    until you know what you are talking about before posting.
    DarkSentinel, Jan 15, 2008
  9. ato_zee

    MICHAEL Guest

    If you haven't immediately installed any programs, you can kill it.
    Supposedly, Trusted Installer has to do with Add/Remove
    and optional components. It's Service name is "Windows Modules Installer".
    However, when you check the dependencies for that Service,
    none are listed.

    Go into Admin Tools>Services and find "Windows Modules Installer".
    Be sure it is set to "Manual". Stop it if it is causing problems.

    You could also right-click on the process name -> set priority -> below normal


    MICHAEL, Jan 15, 2008
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    Andy Guest

    LOL you could get a REAL OS WINDOWS XP PRO.
    not that over priced pice of crap window dressing called VISTA.
    Andy, Jan 16, 2008
  11. ato_zee

    DarkSentinel Guest

    And why would we want to do that when it works as good or better than XP?
    You can set priority and affinity on XP as well. I have had apps that choked
    XP, that Vista barely burps at. So WHY exactly would we want to downgrade?
    DarkSentinel, Jan 16, 2008

  12. I'm guessing that Vista's target market is tech heads who have nothing
    better to do than work on maintaining their OS, which could explain
    why so few people are actually using Vista.

    If you want an OS that justs works stay the hell away from Vista.
    thetruthhurts , Jan 16, 2008
  13. Don't feed the trolls. They just want an audience for thier foolishness.
    Colin Barnhorst, Jan 16, 2008
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    Frank Guest

    If "the truth hurts', then you must be in a hell of a lot of pain...LOL!
    Frank, Jan 16, 2008
  15. Frank.......pssttt let me share a secret with you: Vista still sucks
    and you're and idiot.
    thetruthhurts , Jan 16, 2008
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    Frank Guest

    Yeah right as*hole...LOL...I'm not the fukkin incompetent idiot who
    can't get Vista to run correctly...that's you...you moron whining loser!
    Frank, Jan 16, 2008
  17. Hey, guys, let's not let a flame war get going.

    Colin Barnhorst, Jan 16, 2008
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    MICHAEL Guest


    During your time away, Frank unfortunately showed up.

    Frank lives for flame wars and his obsession with Alias.
    He has no self-control and cannot/will not just ignore
    those he takes pleasure in flaming. He would go into
    a deep depression and withdrawal if he tried to curb
    his addiction.

    Asking him to stop is useless, for he has no other purpose
    in life. He's not here to help others, only to flame.

    Just go ahead and block him, he will not change.
    Nor will he ever provide any insightful or helpful posts.

    MICHAEL, Jan 16, 2008
  19. Sure.

    Colin Barnhorst, Jan 16, 2008
  20. If you did more than watch porn webcams on your Vista machine, you
    just might find out what the rest of the planet knows.........Vista
    thetruthhurts , Jan 16, 2008
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