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Windows 7: how to clean up system config start up

13 Aug 2011   #1

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how to clean up system config start up

I'm running win 7 64 pro, dual boot, with vista 32 which I dont use any more. I get a print service error in the log file, it refs an old lexmark printer that is long gone. I uninstalled it as best as I could because it wasn't compatible with win 7 64. I deleted all the folders and drivers as well as all ref I could find in the registry. I had to un-check the box for the driver in the start up and I cant figure out why it is even listed in the start up tab. Some how my comp still looks for the driver and I don't know where this could be. I don't think there is a win.ini file anymore is there? I would like to clean this up. Any help would be appreciated. thanks

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