I'm trying it and it's just what I needed in times when trying to end a process that won't kill
http://www.ghostsecurity.com/index.php?page=procx - I also use their "real time" reg defend - works in real time rather than polling registry changes every minute or so.
It is a free, small and useful program for Windows 2000,XP and 2003 operating systems.
What is ProcX?
ProcX displays all running processes and modules on your systems. It is a necessity to monitor running processes on your system to determine if anything malicious may be running. ProcX allows you to perform various functions on these running processes and DLLs. ProcX is especially useful for system administrators who disinfect computers.
* Display running processes and modules and view the resource usage
* Delete process or module even when in use
* Shows the processes accessing the network
* Shows network accesses on request
* Shows when a program tries to use a system process name
* Displays loaded DLLs per process
* Allow you to terminate a process in various ways (normal, higher, brutal)
* Allow you to terminate, delete and/or rename a process
* Allow you to set a process or a DLL to be deleted at next reboot
* Compute MD5 checksum fingerprint of any process and copy it into the clipboard
* Search a process name on Google
* View properties of a process
* Suspend/Resume/Terminate a process
* Memory dump of a process