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At the top of the Forum page are tabs by clicking the Startup List
tab you can copy/paste those entries in the search box and click Search. This will give you a description of each. Try it out so you will see how it works.
But in the meantime I've looked and all can be stopped
as not needed in startup. Do NOT Remove
It should be spelled as this and located here
with theses characteristics. (Note: AOL all caps)
File aolsoftware.exe is located in a subfolder of "C:\Program Files\Common Files". Known file sizes on Windows XP are 50792 bytes (52% of all occurrence), 50760 bytes, 50736 bytes, 48280 bytes, 16897 bytes.
The spelling as you entered it may be malware so confirm the spelling and location.
If you find any other version/location This may be a backdoor trojan. Imediately then Download,install,update then reboot into Safe Mode
then scan with SUPERAntiSpyware
. Delete /quaratine anything it finds.
As always ask if needed. PLEASE Do tell us what SuperAntisptware finds as there would be more to do.HDAShCut.exe
This program is not required to start automatically as you can run it when you need to. It is advised that you disable this program so that it does not take up necessary resources.ALCMTR.EXE
Realtek AC97 Audio - Event Monitor. "Sypware" file used surreptitiously monitor one's actions. It is not a sinister one, like remote control programs, but it is being used by Realtek to gather data about customers. If you delete this file, then you will not be able to properly update your drivers in the future. It is therefore recommended that you disable the startup instead.AOLDial.exe
..Did you leave out( .exe )
This program is not required to start automatically as you can run it when you need to. It is advised that you disable this program so that it does not take up necessary resources. TINTSETP.EXE
The tintsetp.exe process is part of Microsoft's 'Input Message Editor' and is used when translating Japanese and/or Chinese text in Internet Explorer, Outlook and other Microsoft Programs. If you do not use it, it can be terminated.
tintsetp.exe is flagged as a system process and does not appear to be a security risk. However, removing tIntSetP may adversly impact your system.