You may have an account that cannot be accessed by a limited account in the "all users" startup menu.
Limited users cannot access any programs that write to the registry.
Download Startup Inspector which is much easier to use than msconfig as it identifies startups by the programs they are related to.
Disable all unnecessary programs
from starting. (click on the all startup items at the top of the list on the left)
Be careful not to disable your firewall or av ap.
You might like Startup Monitor as well (on the same page).
It notifies you and requires your permission when any ap tries to add itself to your start menu.
Edited by Enthusiast, 01 April 2006 - 10:35 PM.