Quote: Originally Posted by Frostmourne
I've never seen msconfig with so much junk. Go through add/remove programs and start getting rid of apps, do the same with the startup tab. I'm surprised startup doesn't take a few hours.
Argh I've said that before to people and never quite realized how arrogant it sounds >.< Yes i have a few apps that sit there and eat up memory, frankly I have enough memory that it doesn't impact performance in any meaningful way and my bootup time is still faster then the time it takes for me to finish putting on my pants when I'm getting dressed in the morning.
Quote: Originally Posted by susi
Quote: Originally Posted by Jonathan_King
Consider removing WMP and reinstalling. See my post here
hey, some with you, I always do that when I encounter some problem I can't find the fast solution.
Anyhow tried that solution, sadly it's not worked. The program is still behaving oddly with the best example being if I close the program while watching a film or listening to music and later hit the play key on my keyboard it will automatically start playing again even though the app is not visible on the task manager etc.