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Closing system processes

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There seems to be a problem with processclose. When I use it with a process not running under system, it works but when I run it on a program that runs under system, it does not seem to close. Anyone know a way to close these processes?

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Back after a whole year!!!... wow

BTW, is that game guard you are trying to close????

( based on ealier posts )

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could it be closing and then reopening?

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lol no this time its punkbuster, see it starts this process called PnkBstrA.exe when you turn on the computer. This process scans your computer for any suspicious files and so if you run the suspected file when you play the game. It will ban you :) This process runs as system and it wont close with processclose. And no it does not open and close. Its constant

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can u mannually close it? Could u use ur av to block it?

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Edit: Nevermind... I made a mistake :)

Edited by Tasmania

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This may be due to the fact that some system processes you cannot close. Period.

:) There are? ;)

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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I can close it manually but sometimes i forget to close it so I wanna make a script that closes it for me

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Simple. Don't cheat. Thread over.


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:) There are? ;)

Actually, I'm going to edit that, it's services... nevermind :P

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