Originally Posted by bagman
Thank you for replying.
When you say "shut down nHancer", do you mean go into services.msc and disable nHancer to see if that make any difference ?
I do not have nHancer start when I boot into Windows nor is it sitting in my system tray
The service is completely passive when nHancer isn't running. It shouldn't make any difference.
So, when exactly do you have these problems? While nHancer is running? While nHancer is installed? Or once you've used nHancer, no matter if it's still there or not?