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MSCONFIG Start-Up entries

Can someone please show me how to delete duplicate entries in the start-up menu? Even though they are unchecked, it still bugs me that there are duplicates.
I'm using Windows 98.

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Some Programs "require" duplicates. Try = Start = Run = type msconfig = start-up = and press the "cleanup" button = apply and okay. A very good "tool" to help in programs running in the background is "winpatrol" small download and runs in systray, uses little resources.

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You might try

putting a check in BOTH entries and then reboot.

Go back to msconfig and see what the results are.

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Thank You theolegeezer & bob b

Thanks for the info!

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I have found out saw command had plm with msconfig opena and shut off when I click email to outlook but command seem lost config when I click pic and email to outlock but it show open command then shut off and no work open

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