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Help Please. Process Close Command

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Hi, I'm trying to create a simple script to close some unnecessary processes that i dont want to have running, but when i press the hotkey, nothing happens. Also, I want it to run a program at the end.

Code:

Hotkeyset("c", "CloseProcess")

While 1

Sleep (500)

WEnd

Func CloseProcess()

ProcessClose("AdobeARM.exe")

ProcessClose("CLMLSVC.exe")

ProcessClose("dllhost.exe")

ProcessClose("hpqbam08.exe")

ProcessClose("hpqgpc01.exe")

ProcessClose("hpqste08.exe")

ProcessClose("hpswp_clipbook.exe")

ProcessClose("hpwuschd2.exe")

ProcessClose("iPodService.exe")

ProcessClose("iTunesHelper.exe")

ProcessClose("jusched.exe")

ProcessClose("LSSRVC.exe")

ProcessClose("mDNSResponder.exe")

ProcessClose("PictureMover.exe")

ProcessClose("PMB.exe")

ProcessClose("sppsvc.exe")

ProcessClose("sqlservr.exe")

ProcessClose("sqlwriter.exe")

ProcessClose("TeamViewer_Service.exe")

ProcessClose("TrustedInstaller.exe")

ProcessClose("winampa.exe")

ProcessClose("WmiPrvSE.exe")

Run("C;\Users\NoBob\Desktop\Other\GameBooster.exe")

EndFunc

Can someone help me? Because apparently I can't do a simple task.

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Th3Angel welcome to forums,

I see you already dit that "simple task" ;)

Yuo just missplaced a ( ; ) at the end when you run your program, so it does not get the correct path of the program you want to run.

Replace

Run("C;\Users\NoBob\Desktop\Other\GameBooster.exe")

with

Run("C:\Users\NoBob\Desktop\Other\GameBooster.exe")

the difference is just C;\Users\ and C:\Users\ :)

Edited by ALTIN

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Well I can't say why the ProcessClose lines appear not to work, but there's a typo in the Run line, try C: instead of C;

Edited by somdcomputerguy

- Bruce /*somdcomputerguy */  If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Th3Angel you already dit that "simple task" ;)

Yuo just missplaced a ( ; ) at the end when you run your program, so it does not get the correct path of the program you want to run.

Replace

Run("C;\Users\NoBob\Desktop\Other\GameBooster.exe")

with

Run("C:\Users\NoBob\Desktop\Other\GameBooster.exe")

the difference is just C;\Users\ and C:\Users\ :)

Some processes that I told to close doesnt close, and the program I want to run doesnt run.

Edited by Th3Angel

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Some processes that I told to close doesnt close, and the program I want to run doesnt run.

...some of the processes that you say dont close, may depend in other processes that run them again immediately after detecting you closed them, so take a closer look at this point...

For the program, try ShellExecute("C:\Users\NoBob\Desktop\Other\GameBooster.exe")

Edited by ALTIN

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It might be possible that some programs arnt closing because they might can only close with administrator privilages. You should try running your program with admin privilages.

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