Hello to all! Recently I have been concerned with the performance of my 2.66 Ghz 15 " Macbook Pro, which I have had for five months now. While noticing a decompansation in boot times and overall processor usage -a change from when I first bought this machine- I stumbled upon many unrecognized messages in the console utility which began to raise an eyebrow for me. My console reads as follows: "7/31/09 10:49:30 AM com.apple.launchd (GSInGameService) Bug: launchd_core_logic.c:3117 (23792):2: chdir(j->workingdir) != -1 7/31/09 10:49:30 AM com.apple.launchd (GSInGameService) posix_spawn("/Applications/GameTracker/GSInGameService.app/Contents/MacOS/GSInGameService", ...): No such file or directory 7/31/09 10:49:30 AM com.apple.launchd (GSInGameService) Exited with exit code: 1 7/31/09 10:49:20 AM com.apple.launchd (GSInGameService) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds" These messages repeat and reoccur over and over again for as long as I have my comp powered on! I am not very familiar with code and the file structure of Mac OS X, nevertheless, my intuition tells me that there is something obviously wrong here. I have exhausted all avenues trying to come up with a solution for this action. Apparently GSInGameService.app is trying to be accessed by these commands. I've coded finder to reveal hidden files and I still can not find this application. I'm starting to worry, thinking this may be a virus or perhaps an important error. I need a solution to stop this abnormal behavior... I would like to thank those in advance who might be able to shed light on this dilemma. It is greatly appreciated!