Hi cryptodan, Thanks for your reply.
More RAM would be a big help, but this thing uses SDRAM, and at the present time I can't afford the $71 bucks that CRUCIAL [spelling?] wants for a stick of that stuff.
Use the programs configuration options to turn them off.
I thought I knew how to do that, BUT, I can't find what I need to find to get it done. Could you point me in the right direction so that I can get to that configuration option without having a nervous breakdown?
Next, I have a topic posted in the Malware Forum that I'm waiting for a reply to, so I need to ask if it is OK to turn stuff off before I get a response from them?
HEY, I just tried to post this reply 3 times and kept getting ERROR #2000, the same thing happened when I clicked your Avatar in an attempt to PM you about the error.
Thanks again for your help.
EDITED: Hi noknojon, sorry I missed you in this reply. Most of what is starting at start up is stuff that I do use everyday, but my limited amount of RAM is a major factor in my needing to stop everything I need to use from all starting at the same time.
Thanks to both of you for your replies.
Edited by Wendy K. Walker, 08 November 2010 - 12:37 AM.
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