Posted 27 November 2007 - 06:45 PM
Everytime I go to msconfig and then goto the startup tab and try to remove the checkmarks in front of the entries, it lets me remove the check mark but when I'm done and try to click apply or ok I get this error "An access denied error was returned to change this service. You may need to logon using an administrator account to make the specified change."
Well, I am the administrator of the computer. When I goto control panel and click on User Accounts I am listed the the computer administrator. Why then is this error message keep coming up when I try to make a change? I've changed this many times before and never got this error. Why now?
Secondly what program do I need to totally get rid of the entries in the startup group, not just uncheck the entry but completely remove the entry from the startup group? I don't see any need for all of those entries to be there if they don't need to be checked. And why also are the entries in there more than one time? Some of them are in there 2 times. I just not only want to be able to uncheck them and not get the error that I'm getting, but to totally erase them from that list.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.