Clean Up Rountine  [SOLVED]

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Clean Up Rountine

Postby Guest » 09 Aug 2007

my MultiCharts just crashed.

Before I restart the MC, I have to go to Task Manager and delete the residues one by one. I don't always sure of the program names, but i guess to the best I can.

Why don't you write a little routine, so that before I start MC, it will sweep the memory and clean up all the crashed program remnants ?

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Postby Marina Pashkova » 10 Aug 2007

Hello,

What you could do is create a .bat file to 'kill processes'.

On the other hand, it might not be necessary because MC crashes very rarely. If crashes happen a lot that could mean that something's going wrong. In such a case TS Support help would be needed.

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Postby Guest » 10 Aug 2007

I create a bat ???
what do i create a bat with ???

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Postby Marina Pashkova » 10 Aug 2007

Hello,

My point was: although there is a way to create the routine you described, the situation when MC crashes a lot is not normal and in such a case we would provide assistance.

If you come across this problem a lot, please contact us through LiveChat

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Postby ABC » 10 Aug 2007

You can use the standard windows text editor for example and save the file as *.bat.

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taskkill /IM NameOfTheProcessToKill.exe /f
You have to make an instance for every .exe MC uses like MultiCharts.exe, MCActiveX.exe and so on.

For your convenience you can place a short-cut to this file on your desktop and run it once you think it's needed.

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