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Windows 7: Junk in my system Path--can I delete w/o problem?

04 Sep 2009   #11


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by raymm View Post
Good point, Antman.

I have a problem running Control Panel--Scanners & Cameras.
Control Panel--Scanners & Cameras gives error

I'm wondering it above path is souce of problem. But other Control Panel apps run ok, so path must be ok.

I am certain the PATH variable has no connection there. Let the other thread serve as an example of "Don't mess with some things". Anyway, I am hopping back over there to ask "What about a system restore?"

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