Discussion in 'General Software' started by 1Kurgan1, Sep 15, 2009.
Anyone else able to get this to work?
AMD Software that shuts down excess processes.
worked for me , but i never used it and uninstalled it..just always seemed to forget about it when gaming
works on intel doesnt it?
I hear it works on 32 bit, I assume thats what your running?
i think it doesnt because, well, its made by amd
no im using 64bit windows 7 ultimate
Hmmm... what version of Win 7 are you running? Because I have done a search and seems this is a universal issue with 64bit.
the downloaded release candidate 7100.0.090421-1700
it doesn't by default, but you can make it work
ok just re downloaded it and reinstalled...started fusion and it shut down all the garbage in my toolbar.....the screen theme changed and works fine......
brought up cod waw and runs fine......turned of fusion, all the apps in the toolbar restared and the gadgets restarted anti virus ....... all re opened ...works fine
Who, What, Where, When? is this Fusion program and where can i download it from?
O that program, i remember seeing this ages ago, i didnt realize it was out now Kool tho, ill give it a try.
Will it work on my older system?
Edit: Nevermind it doesnt work for me, comes up with a runtime error
frito, that makes me jealous, I just been manually ending processes
As for as my knowledge; AMD Fusion made only for AMD machine, It will not work in Intel machine
i didnt try to do any advanced options...... i just let it do the default settings and it worked fine
Well i got it to work with my machine, seems to work well apart from when i have to reboot or start my computer up. It takes forever to load into windows XP, and also it comes up with it saying that your windows has had a hardware change you need to reactivate your windows
Aprt from those two things it runs fine, but with that problem i get i have to install it when playing games and then before i turn my machine off uninstall the Fusion program so i dont have issues when i boot back into windows.
This program seems to enable services when in "off" mode that I have manually disabled. I wouldn't recommend this utility for people who disable services themselves already. Otherwise it's great for those who don't. I'm using Vista x64
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