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Whenever I boot up a "Microsoft Win98 Start Menu" screen comes up. It gives me 6 choices. 1.Normal 2.logged 3.safe 4.step by step 5. command prompt only 6. safe mode command prompt.


So I choose normal and off I go. Or else it has a 26 second timer.

How do I get rid of this thing?
Thanks
Danny
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Go to
start
run
type in "msconfig"
go to the "advanced" tab
make sure the enable startup menu is not clicked.

Hope it helps.

Glenn
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Bingo!!!
You knew what to do,
Thank you.
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