I run the free version of Malwarebytes (manually). Not that Malwarebytes has anything to do with the performance issue I inquired about in the first place. Concerning uninstalling security software, there are no tools that come close to manually uninstalling with the help of Revo-Uninstaller Pro, and JV16 Power Tools. Those are my tools, and they allow me to get all the leftovers from any installation including the .sys drivers, and their LEGACY entries in the windows control sets that are always leftover. No uninstaller on the ESET support page does that!
In addition, I did not post in this forum to convince you or anyone else of the issue. I posted to get information that would help resolve the issue so I could buy a subscription. Now, because you people have never run across this issue, I guess that means it does not exist. I do not think so!
Furthermore, it has been my experience that all logs lead somewhere when it comes to troubleshooting software and hardware on any Windows Platform. As for my attitude, I am supposed to take your condescending rhetoric and swallow it like tripe because you say I should. I think not!
So in closing, let me leave you with something perhaps you did not know. Error 1530, or the user profile service, now built in to Windows 7 is far different from the service in XP. It is just as different as edit access to the Windows Kernel. However, if one sees this warning error in their logs, one should investigate the program causing the issue. In my case, it was CISP! Now perhaps because my OS is loaded on a Solid State Drive intensified the affects of Errors 1530, and 11, because speed is the easiest thing to notice when it is gone. Because now, without CISP installed, both errors are gone. Malwarebytes is back to scanning the platform in 22 seconds, not the 1.5 minutes it took with CISP installed. To insure the result of uninstalling the CISP 30-Day Trial, I cleared the logs yesterday after removing CISP and you can look for yourself, No errors, NONE!
See Attachment Below!
The defense rests... In addition, speaking of defense, you people have a lot of nerve putting me in a position to defend my findings, as if I was an idiot and had no clue of what I was trying to resolve. If you are under the impression that what you do constitutes volunteerism, I got news for you it is the opposite. Moreover, in life, someone will always know a little more than you will so it really does pay to be humble. You people ought to try that for a change. In the meantime, go f*** yourselves!
Don't worry, I found my way in here; I can find my way out!