I've got a new computer running Windows 7, 16gB, dual-quad, which I thought would be up to the task of running HTML-Kit Tools with no problem. So I installed Version 20120815 and it came up just fine.
When I went to run it the second time it would not start. I tried several times before I checked the Task Manager and saw that all I was doing was generating pairs of HKTools.exe*32 processes. After deleting them all, the program started and ran normally.
When I exited this time I checked the Task Manager and saw that the processes did not go away, i.e., I'm not getting HKTools to exit properly. So I tried to exit different ways, Alt-F4, File/Exit, window closure, etc., and all methods leave the HKTools processes running, which blocks restart of the program.
So right now, if I want to run HKTools I have to manually kill two processes each time when I quit. I suppose I could make a batch file that runs HKTools, then when I exit will kill all HKTools.exe processes, but I haven't tried that. Besides, I don't think it's a reasonable requirement.
My system has never run HKTools before, it's factory-new, and hasn't yet had all my other programs installed, though I've managed to get a number of them running. It's an ASUS Essentio with nothing special other than that it's big and fast.
Anyone have any idea why this could be happening?
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