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    #31
    Yea, I figured that Blueiris needs at least an I5, so I don't plan on putting that on the Hometroller box. I have the S6 Pro, and it's still running W7.

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      #32
      Yup; personally I would keep Homeseer and only running on the embedded W7 machine.

      You can beef it up a bit with more memory (guesstimate).

      Next now you should look at removing what was causing your issues.

      There is a free program that I still utilize for W7 and below and i does well at removing / cleansing software.

      Note this software just removes programs and does a deep cleaning.

      It is a trial mode and it does well. It doesn't clean up malware or viruses. Remove any software that is not related to Homeseer.

      It just removes software and cleans up the registery.

      Revo Uninstaller

      Next use the following program to check for malware. Run it a couple of times.

      Farbar Recovery Scan Tool Download

      Then try ComboFix (same site) and have a read on the site and post your issues on the forum on the site.

      Or do a recovery of you Windows embedded OS with Homeseer installed from the restore drive on your S6. Just make sure you have a backup of your Homeseer stuff.
      Last edited by Pete; February 7, 2017, 12:58 AM.
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