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    That sounds like an excellent plan HiViZMan

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    Its easy to convince the wife why you want a dedicated benching set up. Because you want it.


    Then casually suggest over dinner one evening that maybe benching is to stay at home kind of thing and you have been wondering if you should spend more time doing other stuff with your buddies, and that you heard there was a new tittybar opening up in town. Amazing how good a benching hobby suddenly sounds.
    Wait! What? There's a new titty bar in town? *weighing my options*

    Okay, so here's little batch file I've thoroughly tested on my system that will turn off various services then open RealBench with realtime priority. After RealBench runs as many times as you'd like, click on "quit" and the batch file will automatically re-start all the services including Windows Explorer. Boom! You have your fully functioning desktop back. You must leave the Command Prompt UI open for it to work.

    You may want to customize it for your particular services set-up, but as far as the basic structure of it goes, it should work for both Windows 7 & 8. There is more than one way to skin a rabbit though. This is just one. Your mileage may vary. I would advise against modifying it too much without at least some knowledge of your particular system's services.

    INSTRUCTIONS:

    1.) Open a new text file in your RealBench folder then copy and paste the command lines below into it.

    2.) In the first line and the next to last line, change the name of the internet connection from "Ethernet" to "the name of your connection". Keep the quotation marks.

    3.) Go about halfway down the list of commands and change the location of RealBench.exe to where ever you keep yours (I happen to keep mine in the root directory).

    4.) Now, Go to "file" and click on "save as" then do this in order: First, select the file type as "All files", type in a name you like with the .bat filename extension and press "Enter". That should save it in your RealBench folder as an executable .bat file rather than just a text file.

    5.) Right click on the file and then go up to "send to" and over to "Desktop (create shortcut)".

    6.) Go to your desktop, right click on the desktop shortcut then click on "Properties". In the bottom right corner click the "Advanced" button and put a check mark in the "run as administrator" box.

    For the best experience, before using it, open task manager and disable all your third party startup programs (that can be automated as well, with the exception of some anti-virus and other maintenance programs, with the "tskill" or "taskkill" commands if you know the names and locations of the executables).

    Now, just double click on the shortcut and you're off and running. I don't recommend using this until your fairly certain you already have a stable OC and your going for the gusto because, doing it this way, there are several steps to take before you can get a screenshot or snipping. I can try and explain how to do that, if anyone needs me to. If anyone is still sketchy about how to do any of this, just ask. I'll be happy to try and clarify, if I can.



    netsh interface set interface name="Ethernet" admin=disabled
    taskkill /f /im explorer.exe
    Net stop AppMgmt
    Net stop PeerDistSvc
    Net stop TrkWks
    Net stop WPCSvc
    Net stop iphlpsvc
    Net stop MSiSCSI
    Net stop napagent
    Net stop CscService
    Net stop RpcLocator
    Net stop SCPolicySvc
    Net stop SNMPTRAP
    Net stop StorSvc
    Net stop WbioSrvc
    Net stop wcncsvc
    Net stop WMPscworkSvc
    Net stop Browser
    Net stop SstpSvc
    Net stop SSDPSRV
    Net stop upnphost
    Net stop NcdAutoSetup
    Net stop WinHttpAutoProxySvc
    Net stop SharedAccess
    Net stop CertPropSvc
    Net stop HomeGroupProvider
    Net stop HomeGroupListener
    Net stop FDResPub
    Net stop wsearch
    Net stop Audiosrv
    Net stop VaultSvc
    Net stop Themes
    Net stop MpsSvc
    Net stop WSService
    Net stop wuauserv
    Net stop workfolderssvc
    Net stop LanmanWorkstation
    Net stop LanmanServer
    start /realtime /wait C:\RealBench\RealBench.exe
    START explorer.exe
    Net start AppMgmt
    Net start PeerDistSvc
    Net start TrkWks
    Net start WPCSvc
    Net start iphlpsvc
    Net start MSiSCSI
    Net start napagent
    Net start CscService
    Net start RpcLocator
    Net start SCPolicySvc
    Net start SNMPTRAP
    Net start StorSvc
    Net start WbioSrvc
    Net start wcncsvc
    Net start WMPNetworkSvc
    Net start Browser
    Net start SstpSvc
    Net start SSDPSRV
    Net start upnphost
    Net start NcdAutoSetup
    Net start WinHttpAutoProxySvc
    Net start SharedAccess
    Net start CertPropSvc
    Net start HomeGroupProvider
    Net start HomeGroupListener
    Net start FDResPub
    Net start wsearch
    Net start Audiosrv
    Net start VaultSvc
    Net start Themes
    Net start MpsSvc
    Net start WSService
    Net start wuauserv
    Net start workfolderssvc
    Net start LanmanWorkstation
    Net start LanmanServer
    netsh interface set interface name="Ethernet" admin=enabled
    shutdown /r


    For simply testing stability with RealBench in realtime mode and explorer disabled, you could strip it down to this:

    taskkill /f /im explorer.exe
    start /realtime /wait C:\RealBench\RealBench.exe
    START explorer.exe
    exit

    This too will give you your desktop back automatically once you quit RealBench and it's very fast.
    Last edited by IM2L844; 10-09-2013 at 10:33 PM. Reason: Added some commands and information.

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    If I knew what I was doing I wouldn't need your batch file now would I

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    If I knew what I was doing I wouldn't need your batch file now would I
    Well, it needs a little work. Caveat emptor. Nah. The bat file works great for me. I think the worst that could happen is that you could have more services running when it re-starts them than you did before if you had some of them disabled already. Nothing a reboot won't fix.

    Seriously, explorer.exe combined with your startup programs take up the most memory commit of all, but if you want to get close to a stripped version of windows 8 without booting into diagnostic mode, this bat file will get you pretty close for benching purposes. It also starts RealBench with realtime priority, so you don't need to fiddle with doing that.

    My concern was with someone modifying it without knowing what they were doing. Oh well, C'est la vie.

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    IM,
    I was just kidding around a little, I don't know how to do this myself so for someone who does and share it with us who don't, that's a good thing and much appreciated

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    No worries. I'm not a very serious kind of guy. One of my wife's favorite admonitions to me is: "Everything isn't funny!"

    I suppose I should add some instructions on how to use it. Sometimes it's easy to take for granted that people already know stuff...especially when your dealing with such obviously smart people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM2L844 View Post
    Okay, so here's a rough draft of a little batch file
    Nice one IM2l844! Thanks for that...will set that up when I get back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM2L844 View Post
    No worries. I'm not a very serious kind of guy. One of my wife's favorite admonitions to me is: "Everything isn't funny!"

    I suppose I should add some instructions on how to use it. Sometimes it's easy to take for granted that people already know stuff...especially when your dealing with such obviously smart people.
    I would appreciate the instructions as I have no clue, my basic strategy is add more voltage and increase the mhz until it crashes

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    I would appreciate the instructions
    Edit to the original post complete. Enjoy. Feel free to ask for clarification on anything at all.

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    Cheers mate, no worries Menthol is a very smart guy I use him as my Guinea Pig for dangerous tweaks and settings I want to test in my challanges i run here. Oops was not meant to let him know that.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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