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How to remove programms of the system try (next to the clock)

Posted on 2002-07-15
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i have the problem that a lot of programms start up automatically and are visable direct next to the windows clock on the right site.

i can't find them in the startup folder.

how to remove these programms there?
i guess that if removed they'll not startup by starting windows (?).
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Question by:hreinart
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by:TheLord
ID: 7153792
1.Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Information/Tools/Sistem Configuration Utitity/Start Up.
Uncheck box to disable startup item...
2.regedit - HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
3.C:\WINDOWS\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp
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by:hreinart
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looks fine, but are you talking about win98?

the path is a little bit different at my mashine and i don't see checkboxes. right-click also doesn't work.
any idea?
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by:hreinart
ID: 7154935
some stuff is also not in the registry listed (e.g. cyberlink agent)
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stevenlewis earned 50 total points
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go to start --> run and type msconfig
go to the startup tab, and uncheck them there, reboot
to see where programs are being loaded from, go to start --> run and type msinfo32
click on the + for software environment, and then click on startup programs, and this will tell you from where the programs are being loaded from (the registry,start up folder,)
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by:hreinart
ID: 7156513
i can't uncheck the programms i don't want to start automatically.
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by:hreinart
ID: 7156515
super, msconfig is what i looked for.
i found each programm and could uncheck it.
works as needed.

thanks a lot
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by:stevenlewis
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hreinart Glad I could help
Steve
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