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Deleting Startup entries in System Configuration

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This seems to work
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The application doesn't work

When I activated MS Config Cleanup it showed: There are no disabled startup items in MSConfig, although I have seven (7) disabled (unchecked) items there.

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What I use.

It's a power tool so use at your own risk.

-> HIJACKTHIS.

Bob

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Why

Is it important to delete unchecked items in msconfig???

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Yes. Here's why.

Because often when items are unactivated, they become activated (checked) again without my knowledge or without my permission.

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A solution has been found

Thanks to everyone who responded to this post.

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