remove the virus before continuing with these steps, make sure it is also removed from the quarantine folder as i have known viruses to continue pestering from there!
OK, please be careful when doing the following, make a system restore point and backup all your important files to somewhere not attatched to the computer as unchecking the wrong thing could cause problems.
as for your startup tab, that is absolutely huge, here are a list of things that you can definitely afford to uncheck (but not delete)
these are things you could uncheck but do so at your own risk
dumprep 0 -k (sounds like a mod/hack that someone put in themselves, i have something similar which forces windows to use all RAM before using pagefile/swapfile)
igfxtray( a helping process for the intel graphics cards)
tpkmapap (the IBM keyboard mapping utility)
HPWuSchd2 (an updating an information gathering utility for HP software or computers)
tp4x (the help and functionality program for a thinkpad trackpoint)
ezejmnap (info for EasyEject Utility)
qwlicon (only needed if you use the IBM wireless settings program)
SMax4PNP (SoundMax control panel)
SMax4 (SoundMax control processor)
if you do not feel comfortable unchecking any of these then don't, but all of these are potentially using valuable cpu time but none of them look to be causing problems with your network connection properties. i will keep on this, but for now at least i am baffled
Edited by frank_cheese, 07 July 2009 - 10:25 AM.
Failure is not an option, it comes as Standard with all Windows Operating Systems