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Where Is The Startup List


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#1 Marci4

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Posted 07 February 2007 - 12:34 AM

Hi guys,
I'm trying to help a friend (who knows nothing about computers).
The laptop will freeze up 1/2 way through loading up starting programs - I'm assuming that's where the problem is. There are way too many of them. Then I get microsoft error report thingie (about 20 times), then a blue screen with memory problem thingiee and it freezes up.
I can get in in the safe mode, but can't then download any programs. So I need to manualy access a list of programs that are enabled at startup. How do I get into it???? Please help. (WIN xp, service pack 2)

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#2 Guest_uhaligani_*

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Posted 07 February 2007 - 01:57 AM

In the "RUN" type Msconfig. Select the tab for start up. Do not unselect anything you do not understand. There is a tab at the top of this forum, which gives you a guide as to what may, or may not, be in the startup list.

#3 fozzie

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Posted 16 February 2007 - 05:23 AM

This program does not look to bad actually. I use a little program called ProcessExplorer which you can download from the reeware section ( in my sig). I use it as well as many others here..




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