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Outlook Express folder when starting windows

Posted on 2001-07-19
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I just installed Win2k and all other program on my Pc today. Now - every time my computer starts I get this window:
http://www.daimi.au.dk/~michael/other/startup.jpg

I remember it happened to me once before - The sollution I used then was to delete the Outlook Express dir from the program files dir - This is not possible now (I'm using OE now and Win2k won't allow it :(

I installed Internet Explorer 6 #2512.1 (Including OE6) and Win2k SP2..

Earlier today - I also installed Advanced Outlook Password Recovery 1.11 under the "c:\Program Files\Outlook Express" dir, but I later uninstalled it..
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If don't already have it download Startup cop and see if it list anything that is related to OE. If so disable it from running at start up.

http://www.pcmag.com/article/0,2997,s%253D1478%2526a%253D8067,00.asp


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by:Frenjon
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Thanx alot - It seems to have worked, it was the OE-backup thing that did it..

http://www.daimi.au.dk/~michael/other/whiiie.jpg

Thanx for solving my problem :)
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