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Go to Control Panel > Add/Remove programs > Startup Disk and click Create disk.
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drittich,

I just saw this question from BHess1, who wanted to award points to a lot of experts, but not many have responded.

You're one of them, look at http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=expinput&qid=10472738 

The question is in VB Controls area, I think, just look on bhess1's profile to find the question for you.

Cheers
Calacuccia



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