Sysfader

  Press Man 19:57 15 Oct 2005
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Hi Guys,

When shutting down my pc, nine times out of ten I get an end programme dialogue box saying "sysfader end now". I have run NAV, Ad-Aware, SBS&D, XoftSPY and HJT with nothing found?
Anybody got any ideas as to what this is and how to stop it?
Thanks in advance of your help.

  Diodorus Siculus 20:04 15 Oct 2005

If you are on XP SP2, there seems to be a problem with its firewall and third party firewalls - do you have either enabled?

  Diodorus Siculus 20:04 15 Oct 2005

sysfader - sysfader.exe - Process Information
"Process File: sysfader or sysfader.exe
Process Name: NVidia Graphics Utility

Description:
sysfader.exe is an process belonging to the Nvidia graphics device range and is bundled alongside these products. This is a non-critical system process although it should not be terminated unless suspected of causing problems"
click here

  Press Man 20:50 15 Oct 2005

Yes I am running ZA firewall. If it is a Nvidia process or a firewall error is there anything to be done?

  Diodorus Siculus 09:38 16 Oct 2005

You could turn off the XP firewall - best anyway if you have a third party firewall running.

You can also turn off the sysfader.exe

start

run

services.msc

and from there disable it

problem is ZA I have switched to protectorplus.com avoids the stiff setting used by za which causes hang ups etc

  Press Man 11:51 16 Oct 2005

XP firewall is of, running ZA free version. Can not find SysFader in services?

  Press Man 13:28 16 Oct 2005

XP firewall is off, running ZA free version. Can not find SysFader in services?

  Press Man 17:41 16 Oct 2005

bump

  splork 18:27 16 Oct 2005

get this click here
right click on the column bar select "show image path", set refresh to every 5 seconds, leave it running until sysfader shows up and see where it's running from, then kill the process in processexplorer and rename the sysfader.exe to sysfader.___ or something. a little more complex if it's a .dll

  splork 18:29 16 Oct 2005

Sorry, I meant, the solution is more complex if it's a .dll - you can find it by searching for sysfader in dll's or handles with the Find function

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