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My Network Connection in Startup folder doesn't start up

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#1 crybllrd


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Posted 12 March 2009 - 11:52 PM

Hello there!
I put my Broadband connection into my startup folder, and it doesn't start up.
It is set up to just double click the file , then connect (saved name/password). A one step process.
I run msconfig, go to the STARTUP tab, and it is there (along with the other Apps in the startup folder) and is ticked.
The only problem I can see is that it doesn't have a value in the "command" field. With the Startup Programs Database, this "command" line seems to be "Description", and is still blank.
All my other programs start up with the system, but my Network Connection doesn't seem to...

Please help!

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