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How to NOT AutoStartUp some programs:

by vmars956 / July 11, 2005 7:01 AM PDT

When i run msinfo32 (winXP) >software environment>startup programs:
i can see all the pgms that automatically run at system startup, hibernate.
But how can i set some of these to NOT autoStart, like LtMoh, OneTouchMonitor etc..
I know there's some esoteric util that does that, can someone tell me the name of it and where to find it?
Thanks!
...Vern

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Msconfig
by Adi / July 11, 2005 7:37 AM PDT

Go to Start --> Run and type "msconfig" without quotes, and press enter. The startup items are under the startup tag.

Hope this helps,
Adi

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Stop auto-startup
by El Alquimista / July 11, 2005 7:46 AM PDT

You can stop many progtams from auto-starting through msconfig: Go to Start > Run, type in msconfig, and click OK. Next, select the Startup tab, and uncheck those programs you don't want to run automatically.

A program you may be thinking of is Startup Cop, available from

http://www.pcmag.com/downloads

It can do a little more than does msconfig, but costs a few bucks.

Frank

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