How to kill a SCRIPT running on my computer

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  1. columbus

    columbus Well-Known Member

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    Whenever a SCRIPT is running on any computer the speed of the computer comes down DRASTICALLY.What is script running?How to kill the process?

    Some programs warn the user about running a script and asks them to close it down.
     
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    yeah..it happens on my computer too...
    i m using amibroker...and every few seconds theres a click sound as if something is getting update..also the cursor shifts to different browser..
    dont know wt is it..
    :mad:
     
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    A script is a snippet of code. A batch file on Windows, for example. You need to know the name of the process (the program's name). Then go to task manager, right click on the errant program and select kill (first option) and voila!

    As for harsh, I think that's a virus you have on your comp. Did you install a crack for Ami? If you did, check your comp for virus ASAP. Clean it. Otherwise you risk a lot of your data, personal details etc that resides on your comp.
     
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    Hi Columbus,

    Please find attached image giving details of how to end script (temporary).

    Thanks,
    Raju
     
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  5. Dear columbus,
    killing a process through task manager is a good suggestion,but u need to take care of the process,meaning u need to understand what this particular process is upto...for this try to do a system scan/virus scan and delete it through ur antivirus....
    thanks

     
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