I needed to find out what TINTSETP.EXE is. So I looked herehttp://www.bleepingcomputer.com/startups/T...P.EXE-5758.html
Apparently not much is known, so I thought I'll post everything I see:
On my XP Pro computer, it is in C:\Windows\system32\IME\IME\TINTLGNT folder
size 455168 bytes, size on disk 458752 bytes, modified August 04, 2004, 7am
Description/Internal name - a dozen or so chinese characters followed by 2002a
Copyright Microsoft Corp
Language Chinese (Taiwan)
Purpose is Input Message Editor which helps to process and translate text with the Internet Explorer web browser. Few Help files ( .chm) indicate it's some sort of phonetic editor, and might be on the language bar, so I suspect if the language bar is enabled, that's what would start it in addition to running at startup, according to this registry entry
has these 2 entries
I just saw it, don't need it, and think will delete from the startup key.
XP home has totally different entries in the IME folder.