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Issue with " Autoreactivator "...?


jjawinte

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Greetings all. New to the forums. I've been running ASC 7.1 Pro for several months now with no real issues, but I could use some help narrowing this issue down.

 

I really enjoy my Spotify radio - nice and light, good for gaming and easy on my CPU. Never had a problem. As of a day or two ago, when I attempted to open it, my CPU goes straight to 100% and just hangs. The process culprit is " AutoReactivator.exe " apparently and I have to execute a full restart to end it. Uninstalled - re-installed Spotify, etc., etc., with no change. The only recent changes/updates was a for Java.

 

W7 HP SP1 64bit

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Greetings all. New to the forums. I've been running ASC 7.1 Pro for several months now with no real issues, but I could use some help narrowing this issue down.

 

I really enjoy my Spotify radio - nice and light, good for gaming and easy on my CPU. Never had a problem. As of a day or two ago, when I attempted to open it, my CPU goes straight to 100% and just hangs. The process culprit is " AutoReactivator.exe " apparently and I have to execute a full restart to end it. Uninstalled - re-installed Spotify, etc., etc., with no change. The only recent changes/updates was a for Java.

 

W7 HP SP1 64bit

Check if with Spotify Radio is not install any toolbar or adware. Check if Advanced System Care 7 pro have a valid license and if license is active.

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;99410']Hi jjawinte,

 

Make sure you do NOT have your Spotify radio added into the Program Deactivator tool inside ASC 7.1

 

Go to Tools > Program Deactivator > Find "Spotify" > Enable it

 

 

Cheers!

 

Greetings Magic.

 

First place I went since I actually use that feature - " always enabled " it is.

 

After a little thought, I went straight to the " Malware Fighter " prog., uninstalled it and Spotify jumped right to attention ! :-D

 

Mark this issue solved !

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IMF stopped it

 

Ho JJ,

thanks for that last comment

 

went straight to malware fighter and uninstalled it.

 

I suspect that when you first ran spotify you had the IMF pop-up

allow/deny, you allowed it

BUT did not check mark remember,

This is what was stopping spotify,

(please update your user specs it would have been spotted earlier)

 

IMF 3 must have a view blocked programme option

 

Roy

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