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Windows 7: system 32 window{DATA}on startup

28 Dec 2009   #1
King64

WIN,XP,7,VISTA,SERVER
 
 
system 32 window{DATA}on startup

Hi guys,in the last few days,when i startup my pc on 7 ultimate, starts always the window of sistem 32 {DATA} in first place,i think this is weird because this never happend before,i did a few searchings but in vain i can't find the meaning why?knows somebody why this happens now?i leave the window page in attach,thanks.happy new year to everybody.Attachment 44105


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28 Dec 2009   #2
nickle

Windows 7
 
 

Check msconfig startup tab to see if anything looks out of order in the startup items. Also check the startup folder in your user profile for any entries that may have caused the problem.

As a further test disable all items in the msconfig startup tab. Reboot to see if the problem still exists.
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28 Dec 2009   #3
King64

WIN,XP,7,VISTA,SERVER
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nickle View Post
Check msconfig startup tab to see if anything looks out of order in the startup items. Also check the startup folder in your user profile for any entries that may have caused the problem.

As a further test disable all items in the msconfig startup tab. Reboot to see if the problem still exists.
Thanks a lot mate,deactivating the items on msconfig one by one i found wich one the problem was,now is ok,thanks again.i'll do it for you what you ask me clicking on scale.
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