You won't find the services in older operating systems. I just provided all the info about msconfig in case you also have access to a new machine. That way you would know to leave the services alone. If you are not familiar with them, here are some links to read when you get a chance.About Windows ServicesWindows NT ServicesServices Guide for Windows XP
Office StartUp and MS Find Fast are already unchecked and disabled (as I would recommend). If you disable a program from starting, then you will have the Selective startup enabled, where the startup options are changed.
The Selective startup uses the Windows utility Msconfig to configure which programs or drivers will be loaded the next time you start the computer. In the Msconfig dialog box, you mark which items from the previous list that you want to run or not run on the next startup. Unlike diagnostic startup, selective startup gives you the option to prevent specific applications from launching from the Windows registry and Startup folder. This means you have the advantage to select specific processes to load or not load, making it easier to eliminate processes and to eventually determine which process is causing the problem. After making changes in Msconfig the computer needs to be rebooted in order to allow the changes to take place. When doing this, you may encounter a popup warning when logging on that indicates "You have used the System Configuration Utility...". This is normal and you can just click ok or check the "Don't show this message or launch the System Configuration Utility when Windows starts
" box to prevent future warnings from appearing.
The Diagnostic startup is interactive in that it prompts you to load or not load specific components. You can do a diagnostic startup by choosing diagnostic startup from the Windows MSConfig utility and then restarting the computer, or by restarting the computer and pressing the key F8 early in the startup process. During the diagnostic startup, you choose to load or not load each specific component. Unlike a selective startup, a diagnostic startup does not allow you to select individual items to load or not load from the StartUp folder and the Windows registry. This startup is intended for advanced users who understand how each component affects Windows.
The other startup entries are legit.scanregw.exetaskmon.exesystray.exepowrprof.dll
As for the error, please refer to Error Message: Unable to Load the Dynamic Link Library: Msnp32.dll
If a file has become corrupted or is missing, you can use the System File Check Utility
to extract a new file from your Window Installation CD. SFC verifies the integrity of your system files and will scan for missing, altered files and prompt you to restore them if it detects changes or a corrupt file.
Your options are to scan for altered files or extract a single system file from the installation disk. If your scanning for altered files, and Windows detects a change, it will ask what you want to do.
1. Update verification
2. Restore file
4. Update verification information for all changed files
To extract a specific single file, type in its name under "Specify the system file you would like to restore". Browse to location of the system file (cabs) on the Windows CD. Browse to the path where the file taken from the CD should be saved and click OK. See an example of such an extraction here
Sometimes SFC mistakenly extracts files from the wrong CAB resulting in Windows Protection Errors or the inability to start the OS. If that occurs, you need to extract the problem files reported by SFC manually using the Extract utility. SeeHOW TO: Extract Original Compressed Windows Files
and SFC Extracts Incorrect File Versions