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Started by charlesf, August 28, 2008, 10:46:14 PM
Quote from: jeremy.collake on August 31, 2008, 01:20:10 PMI personally use a TrueCrypt volume here on my primary development machine (Vista x32) and have had no problems. I don't know what problem may be investigating, but I'm going to go out on a limb and say that its probably not Process Lasso's fault.. If your investigation discovers this to not be true, please let me know. I can't imagine a scenario where there is interference. In the past, users have thought Process Lasso may have caused this or that problem, only to discover that it wasn't the culprit. Process Lasso really makes every effort to interfere with other applications as little as possible. There just isn't much that can go wrong (famous last words, lol)...
Quote from: jeremy.collake on September 12, 2008, 03:59:43 PMOn the flip side.. the only scenario I can imagine where there would be interference is if somehow TrueCrypt and/or explorer is very sensitive to priority changes (very unlikely) when performing some sort of operations on these removable disks. Also, maybe having it installed pushed you over some threshold in RAM use, so that now you see a problem you didn't before.. but that would then be true of installing any new application, and certainly not a fault of Process Lasso.
Quote from: jeremy.collake on September 12, 2008, 03:59:43 PMIn your case, I'm curious if Process Lasso is ever taking action on TrueCrypt, or if you have made any other configuration changes to Process Lasso with relation to the TrueCrypt process(es). Is Process Lasso taking any actions during the period in which you see the troubles? If you made some configuration changes, you should definitely try reverting to the default config.. and please let me know what changes you had made.
Quote from: charlesf on September 18, 2008, 11:17:26 AMNow I'm thinking that the problem relates to Process LAsso and Total Commander (and perhaps TrueCypt). What are your thoughts?
Quote from: jeremy.collake on September 18, 2008, 02:22:18 PMI still am stretching my imagination envisioning a scenario where Process Lasso would interfere with the proper operation of any program. If you believe it is causing problems, I think you should uninstall Process Lasso for a decent period of time to verify that the problem doesn't occur without Process Lasso installed. That's the only thing I know to suggest in this case.