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    http://i63.tinypic.com/r0nxhe_th.png, i dont see postegresql.conf

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    i dont have postgresql.conf in my data folder, i have 9.3 version.

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    I see that we resolved this with bismark via email.

    It's the 3rd file up. Windows hides known extensions, the type will often be in the 2nd column - the "file CONF" in the screenshot above.

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    I have only one postgresql.conf file there, what should I do then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baza View Post
    I have only one postgresql.conf file there, what should I do then?
    Follow post 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishikawa View Post
    You all using Win 10 right? If so then I`d suggest to reset PostgreSQL settings to default: you should stop or disable PostgreSQL service, reboot PC then go to C:\PostgreSQL\data and del postgresql.conf and rename the oldest postgresql.conf.*** file to postgresql.conf. After that run the service.
    hello I have the same problem if the solution was to rename the postgressql.conf to postgres.conf. here did not work, I have this problem a long time and I can not solve, already tried several ways to try to solve this problem and not solved.

    When renaming the file to postgres.conf. postgres not start the service.

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    This solution didn't work for me as well. What in fact worked was going back to windows 7 with a clean install. I've been using the hm2 now without any problem since I did it.

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    Did you guys have a process with core.exe description or gbpsv.exe open the windows? I have cases that began contecer it after installing a G-Buster Defender of Warsaw Technology component.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRenan View Post
    hello I have the same problem if the solution was to rename the postgressql.conf to postgres.conf. here did not work, I have this problem a long time and I can not solve, already tried several ways to try to solve this problem and not solved.

    When renaming the file to postgres.conf. postgres not start the service.
    I say nothing about postgres.conf. You set incorrect name for correct file that`s why service stop working. It just can`t find postgresql.conf and stops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRenan View Post
    Did you guys have a process with core.exe description or gbpsv.exe open the windows? I have cases that began contecer it after installing a G-Buster Defender of Warsaw Technology component.
    Seems like you catch a malware. We are not virus guru here. So I`d suggest to ask about this software on other forums.

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