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start -> run processes

since i've upgraded to SP2 from SP1
all last actions from start - run disappeared.
what i mean is when i had SP1 even when i restart computer nometter howmany times, all last actions in start - run saved.
i mean here:
every time i restart, and even without restart. in start - run box actions
are never saved more then 4 actions
how can i fix\edit it so all last actions will be saved\or just the actions i choose i can deside if to stay or remove?

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