i am using W7 and, since I uninstalled DAP, every time i reboot my PC a window opens with the file npdap.dll.
Can someone tell me how to delete it from the registers? Thanks

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Re: npdap.dll

- What's DAP?
- What exactly is that window with a file? If you uninstalled it, how can the file still be there?
- Files aren't in the registry, so you can't delete them from the registry. Files are in a folder on your hard disk.

So please tell more.


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Tools I use to find that.

I use MSCONFIG, HIJACKTHIS and AUTORUNS. All nice powertools to explore and remove a startup item.

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Thanks Proffitt to your Autoruns I removed the bloody file that appeared every time on reboot.
Another consequence (consequence, not a cause) of the sneaky downloading of W10.

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