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After uninstall Acronis Drive Monitor (2012) faults of scheduler / messages in lWindows log

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I use TI 2013 WD Edition, this is ok and enough for me; 

after installing Acronis Drive Monitor because of a HDD problem (but does not exist) and clean uninstall because of faults and problems of this program (makes much problems in win 7 start and interferes with TI) I got mass of faults in windows log of application, scheduler cannot execute task with GUID xxxxx because sth in registry not found (key) or folder / data file in file system.

I looked up everything in registry or remained file of the program ADM but nothing found.

So I dont know where the task is coming from.

In windows tasks nothing to be seen. 

If I could delete the reason the problem would be solved. But I dont know where the task / command is coming from.

Scheduler (schedul2.exe) cannot be deleted because it is necessary for True Image tasks.

Does anyone know where the command creating this faults in log is coming from ?? (from Germany)

 

Neues Acronis Problem nach Deinst A Drive Monitor !.jpg

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Hello SurgeonX1,

You may want using Acronis Scheduler Manager to list and remove scheduled jobs. The command task zap will clean up all jobs, thus making sure there are no ghost tasks left. However, you'll need to reconfigure your backup jobs too. 

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Ok, thanks, I' ll try this.

Can you say me where the command is coming from ??

Schedul2. exe is only the exe, but what / where is the source of command (registry/ other file) ???

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You can download Acronis Scheduler Manager from the article https://kb.acronis.com/content/1859 
Then right-click it and select "Run as administrator".

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I did this. But you did not answer my question.

It looks like that that task zap works but after new start the effect is over.

So I must look for the source of the command for the scheduler.