i want to disable this program but how

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    davi99 VIP Member

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    ok theres this program that runs in my background and i cant seem to get rid of it i cant end task the program name is nProtect by http://eng.nprotect.co.kr/ .....is there a way to end the process like thru command
     
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    To uninstall if you just have to go to start, programs, nProtect Desktop, then click uninstall.
     
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    its not listed fenis-wolf...i still want it but is there a way to disable it from running in the background
     
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    You can kill it from the process pane on the task manager. I don't know of any way to stop, or suspend programs. And if its no longer on the start menu, I don't know how you'll start it up again after you kill the process. You may be able to go into Program Files and find the programs folder and run the executable from there.
     
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    nvm i got the command in ms dos its taskkill
     
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    Thats the same thing as going to the task manager and killing it.
     
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    you mean tskill?
     
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