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Re: System 32 folder opens during start up
From: "Jon Gucinski" <Jgucinski () midwestbank com>
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 14:42:18 -0600

have you tried using msconfig to see what all is running at startup
and/or disable the process?

-Jon

<DMORROW5 () satx rr com> 3/9/2006 11:23 am >>>
I'm drawing a blank...

One of the computers that I maintain is giving me a headache. It's a
personal computer, and every-time it boots up, the system32 directory
folder opens up. I've looked in startup folders for all users, and a
few
other things, but cannot find the reason.

Any thoughts to turn this off? I suspect it may be in the registry,
but
I'm not definitely sure.

regards,

Dana

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