My Hot keys are not working!
Retina-X Studios September 22, 2009
If you experience trouble getting into the interface, the first thing to look for is whether or not you have anti-virus software on your computer. Some anti-virus such as Norton and McAfee have a feature called "Auto-Protect". This will cause hot keys not to work unless AceSpy is excluded in your Auto-Protect.If you have that type of software then please turn Auto-Protect off and reboot and you should be able to get in.
If you don't have that type of software, the next thing to try is to simply restart your PC and then wait until Windows has completely finished loading. Then, when your disk drive light stops blinking, press and hold the four keys down one at a time until you are holding all four down. CTRL ALT SHIFT M
If it still doesn't come up then *close* all open windows so that you see your desktop. Don't minimize or use the Show Desktop button. After you have closed all open windows, then click once anywhere on your desktop (but not on an icon). This tells Windows to focus on your desktop. Then press the hot key sequence. If nothing comes up then its because a program like McAfee is blocking it.
Also, remember that anytime you are inside AceSpy you should hit the "X" at top right corner to hide the interface and go back into stealth mode. Don't click EXIT because this will completely shut down the program until reboot (hot keys won't work)