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Kill An Un-killable Process

Discussion in 'Windows' started by pradeep, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. pradeep

    pradeep Team Leader

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    Use this command to kill any process that thinks it's special and can't be killed using the task manager:

    Code:
    ntsd -p [pid] -c
     
  2. Bhullarz

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    in XP, we can use the following command to kill any process:
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    taskkill /f /im "process name"
    taskkill /f /pid "process id"
    
    
     
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    where should i type this ?
     
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