Troubleshooting G+ and LoL Client w/ Task Manager

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This thread will show troubleshooting techniques with the use of Task Manager when it is conflicted with running Garena Plus Messenger, League of Legends Client and Other Related Programs.

Thread Consists Of:
  • Launching Windows Task Manager
  • Processes of G+ and League of Legends
    • How to Know Running Processes from G+, LoL Client and Other Related Programs
    • How to End Processes of G+, LoL Client and Other Related Programs
  • Enabling/Disabling Task Manager
  • Added (?) as Queries Reference
The troubleshooting will be able to fix G+, LoL Client and Other Related Programs unable to run.

1. 5 Easy Ways to Launch the Task Manager
  • Ctrl + Shift + Escape
  • Ctrl + Alt + Delete + Start Task Manager
  • Right Click Taskbar > Start Task Manager
  • Windows Key + R (or Run) > Type taskmgr
  • Find taskmgr.exe on C:\Windows\System32 folder

2. Garena+ and League of Legends on Task Manager
In order to know what's processes are running with G+, LoL Client and Other Related Programs, configure it with the help of Command Line (?)

On Task Manager Menu:
  1. Click View
  2. Click Select Columns
  3. Find and Check Command Line
  4. Hit OK

Now that you have Command Line in your Task Manager, you will be able to see what processes are created specifically. In the image below, you are assured to end processes that are ran by G+, LoL Client and Other Related Programs such as:
  • Garena Plus (GarenaMessenger.exe)
  • Garena Talk (BBTalk.exe)
  • Garena CIG (GarenaCIG.exe) (?)
  • Windows Host Process (rundll32.exe and ggdllhost.exe)
  • League of Legends Launcher (lol.exe)
  • League of Legends Client (LolClient.exe)

NOTE: RUNDLL32.EXE ISN'T ADVISABLE TO BE DELETED FOR EVERY INSTANCE OF G+/LOLCLIENT UNABLE TO OPEN ERROR

By then, you'll be able to remove programs affiliated to G+, LoL Client and Other Related Programs on Task Manager by right clicking the process/es and ending them.


3. Enabling or Disabling Task Manager
There are instances wherein Task Manager is disabled probably by the Cafe or by purpose. Yet, with the help of Registry Editor and Command Prompt you'll be able to enable/disable the software.

On Windows Registry Editor [START > RUN/SEARCH REGEDIT]
Note: Configure the Registry Editor at your own risk!

Double Click HKEY_CURRENT_USER
  • Find DisableTaskMgr (Ctrl + F): Make sure it's on HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Windows > Current Version > Policies > System
Double Click on DisableTaskMgr
  • Set Value Data by 1 or 0
    • 1 = Disable Task Manager
    • 0 = Enable Task Manager

On Windows Command Prompt [START > RUN/SEARCH CMD]

Type the following in one line:
Note: This does not apply when Registry has been modified or vice versa.
COPY THE TEXTS IN THE CODE PROVIDED AND RIGHT CLICK ON CMD SCREEN TO PASTE.
If Task Manager is Enabled

Code:
REG add HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System /v DisableTaskMgr /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
If Task Manager is Disabled

Code:
REG add HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System /v DisableTaskMgr /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f
 

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