Re: Another Defender Question
I thought for a while I might have been on the wrong track.
One thing money can't buy,
The wagging tail of a dog.
"CB" <CB@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Windows Live One Care does indeed stop Defender from starting up and
> Windows Defender has been incorporated into Live One Care. Therefore, it
> not necessary to run Defender. However, you can continue to use Defender
> disable startup programs and running processes if you wish, or you can use
> Task Manager or Process Explorer as usual.
> "JerryM (ID)" wrote:
>> I assume Windows Live One Care is the program responsible for hiding
>> I can turn it on manually, but it will not start automatically.
>> Does anyone have any fix for this?
>> One thing money can't buy,
>> The wagging tail of a dog.
>> "JerryM (ID)" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> > After going through all the groups testing and suggestions, I noticed
>> > that
>> > Windows Defender is listed as "Hide",
>> > Could this be one of the problems that keeps it from running ?
>> > If so, how do I "UnHide" it ?
>> > I can't get into the old Windows\INF directory to delete it.
>> > Something to think about anyway.
>> > --
>> > Jerry
>> > One thing money can't buy,
>> > The wagging tail of a dog.