g++ build error, collect2, forked process died unexpectedly
Fri Feb 22 21:47:00 GMT 2013
I tried disabling Windows Defender in 'services.msc' and restarting my
computer but still no luck. I'm guessing there's some other
unknown/unlisted BLODA installed on my computer, but I'll be darned if
I can figure out which one it is. I'll try it on a different windows
7 computer to see if I can get it to work there.
On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 4:15 PM, Ryan Johnson
> On 22/02/2013 3:26 PM, KG wrote:
>> >From what I can determine, Defender is a built-in part of Windows and
>> cannot be un-installed. It doesn't appear in the 'Programs and
>> Features' list of programs to un-install. I'm able to use my Start
>> menu to search for and find Defender but when I try to open it I get a
>> message saying Defender is turned off.
> You're right... you'll have to forgive my ailing memory, it's been a long
> time since WD last afflicted my machine ;)
> When I open WD on my machine, it says: "A problem has caused this program's
> service to stop."
> This might, possibly maybe, be related to me disabling the Windows Defender
> service from the "Services" panel after it refused to turn itself off when
> asked politely.
> Just be careful, once or twice Windows has re-enabled the service without
> asking first, and fork errors come back with a vengeance.
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