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Program Auto Starts At Log-in

I just did a fresh re-install of Windows 7 Professional. All programs are back in and running smooth, almost. When I log-in, iTunes starts automatically. Only on my profile. Not on the other 3 on our desktop. I also posted at Apple, but believe it's a setting in Windows. I checked every option/setting in iTunes. It's not there. There is nothing in startup on the start menu. This is making me crazy.

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Re: auto start

Have a look in the startup tab of MSCONFIG.

Kees

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Re: MSCONFIG

Just before my initial post. I unchecked iTunes under the startup tab in MSCONFIG. I then rebooted the system and it did not help. Now 48 hours later it has stopped. Thanks for every one's help.

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If you don't see it in msconfig look again with this tool.
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Re: MSCONFIG and Autoruns Tool

I should have mentioned in the OP, I had iTunes unchecked in MSCONFIG. Autoruns found nothing. Do you think uninstalling iTunes, rebooting then re installing may help?

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Itunes

If it does not show in your startup group look close at scheduled task.

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There are services that iTunes runs.

And when I plug in my iPhone, iTunes starts. Is the iwhatever plugged in?

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