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Download Autoruns for Windows: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinte...s/bb963902.aspx
No installation required.
Simply unzip Autoruns.zip file, and double click on autoruns.exe file to run the program.
Go to File > Save, and save it as AutoRuns.txt file to know location.
You must select Text from drop-down menu as a file type:
Attach the file to your next reply.
Posted 13 October 2010 - 01:22 PM
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You will have a rundll32.exe loading a dll file on boot somewhere in your Windows startup. The safest way to find the bad entry is by Start -> Run... and typing msconfig then pressing Enter.
Click the Startup tab.
Scroll down, looking for the rundll32.exe command you referenced. When you find it, uncheck it and then click OK at the bottom. MSConfig will want you to reboot. Do it and see if your problem went away.
Note: MSConfig.exe is a troubleshooting utility used to diagnose system configuration issues. Although it works as a basic startup manager, msconfig should not be used routinely to disable auto-start programs. It is a temporary solution and not a good practice for several reasons. When uninstalling programs while disabled with msconfig, they may not be uninstalled properly and orphaned entries often will be left behind. When used to switch back to normal startup mode, these orphan entries can result in boot up errors. Msconfig does not list all applications loaded in all possible startup locations (some entry points are hidden) and does not allow the complete removal of disabled entries from its list.
You should not use msconfig to disable startup applications related to services. Doing so alters the registry and there are services that are essential for hardware and booting. When you uncheck a service in msconfig, you completely disable it. If you uncheck the wrong one, you may not be able to restart your computer. You should only disable services using the Services Management Console.
Posted 13 October 2010 - 02:06 PM
Install XP MCE (turn off Automatic Updates during installation)
- Install SonicEncoders.msi
- Install .NET Framework 1.1
- Install SP1 for .NET Framework 1.1
- Install RU2 (KB900325)
- Install October 2006 Cumulative Update (KB925766)
- Install Windows Installer 3.1 v2: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=893803
- Install WMP11
- For Cable (w/o STB) systems, install KB954086
- Install Extender Manager from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=73537
- Install SP3
- Turn Automatic Updates ON, and finish patching OS
Posted 13 October 2010 - 03:45 PM
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