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Posted on 2002-03-15
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I have a windows 98 SE that will boot just fine, but it always brings up the startup menu every time you boot.
How do I turn this off?
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try this, go to start -->run and type msconfig go tot he startup tab, and uncheck all but systray and explorer, reboot, go back and check one at a time, reboot after each, until it appears, then you have the culprit
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troydem Glad to help
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