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Posted on 11-08-06 02:11
If you kill the process SYSTEM or EXPLOER, will they ever restart again, or will the OS be ruined...?
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Posted on 11-08-06 02:21
OH NOES! YOU'LL HAVE TO FORMAT!!!!!! just joking.


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Posted on 11-08-06 02:30
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If you kill the process SYSTEM or EXPLOER, will they ever restart again, or will the OS be ruined...?
Explorer will start again on startup, because it is run during the startup script. View the registry editor to further understand it.


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Posted on 11-08-06 14:50
Ok, I believe were talking about explorer.exe. Like the start bar, desktop etc. If you closed explorer. you must have taskmgr open, if not I guess open it. File > Run > explorer.exe and it starts up again without restarting.
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Posted on 11-08-06 15:48
The explorer.exe is just the taskbar; icons and shell system in the win32 environment with the applications shells and other win32 functions..

If you kill explorer.exe it will restart; some other computers it will not.

The windows registry has been programmed to restart explorer.exe in some computers.

It is a nice thing..

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PS: It is possible to change that setting. :ninja: