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After booting I get the following error message on my Desktop:

"Error loading C:\QBWIN\CPUIDLE\CPUIDLE.DLL
The system cannot find the path specified."

Well, I can't either. I ran "START/FIND/FILES OR FOLDERS", but no such file shows up anywhere on "My Computer".

The problem is not really critical, just annoying, and I'd like to get rid of that error message. So how do I do it?

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You can solve your proble by 2 ways :

1. Run SYSEDIT from "Start Menu -> Run", and search the files "system.ini" and "win.ini" for that line. If you fnd it, just delete the entire line.

2. Run REGEDIT form "Start Menu -> Run" too. Press F3, and search for that line. If you find any key that mathes it, delete the key.

That should solve your problem
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jpcs

Well, I knew enough to try 1.(SYSEDIT), and it wasn't there.

But I didn't know about 2. (REGEDIT/F3), and it WAS there. :-)

Thanks for your help.

rhyma
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