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#1 Farukr


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Posted 17 December 2006 - 05:14 PM


I happened upon this site in my search to make my laptop actually work again.
One of the startup entries is "ehtray" for which there was no entry here.
So I decided to test the results of shutting it off, and it's actually really simple.
ehtray appears to controll the touch-pad scrolling options. [Thus when it is shut off, you have to manually scroll via point and click or arrow buttons]

So that's my little contribution.
If anyone has had different results, please let me know.
Also, If I shoule be reporting this elsewhere on the site, so they can properly update the startup list, please let me know where.

Thank you

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#2 buddy215


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Posted 17 December 2006 - 05:26 PM

Description: ehtray.exe is a process is the tray bar process for the Microsoft Media Center. It gives you easy access to the digital media manager. This is a non-essential process. Disabling or enabling it is down to user preference.

Windows XP Media_Center_Edition 2005. Enables the user to access Windows Messenger from within Media Center
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