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IS THERE A TASK MANAGER IN WIN 98?

Posted on 2004-04-12
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I'm trying to install some software, and it's hanging at 53% and will not proceed.  The computer is still responding perfectely and is not hanging up on me, the hard drive light going off and on and there is activity there.  I'd like to use a task manager to see if this program is responding or not?  Can I do this in Windows 98?

Thanks,

Victor
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Hi itsmevic,

Just tab CTRL-ALT-DEL once.

Greetings,

LucF
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Great, thank you both very much!

Regards,

Vic
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Glad to help ;-)

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Lucf,

I didnot mean to steal your pts here .. I was just thinking that software would give more information that the standard windows task manager in windows 98..

Itsmevic,

Thanks for accepting my suggestion.. Glad it helped you.
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I try to be as fair as I can.  If I see to solid suggestions, think both parties should be awarded something.  Everyone wins in this case .... (-=

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Vic
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sunray,
>>I didnot mean to steal your pts here
They where not my points, they where itsmevic to hand out, so don't worry about it. :)

itsmevic,
you're welcome.

LucF
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Thanks all
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