Hey there, js15043
, welcome to BC!
, that link is broken! here's the fixed one: http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/Panostandalone-t99207.html
You can try removing the program in question from the startup list.
Go to Start
and type in the following:
then press Enter
This will open the System Configuration Utility as shown in Figure 1.
1. Click on the Startup
2. Find The Reference to the program and remove the check mark next to it
3. Press Apply
4. Press Close
5. Press Restart
be careful when changing the startup items. I'm not sure what the panostandalone entry will look like. Feel free to post a list of what's listed and we can help you sort through it.
It just occured to me that you may want this program to start, its just broken. If that's the case, follow the link above for more info.
Edited by Amazing Andrew, 15 October 2007 - 11:19 PM.