msconfig related.....

Dear Experts,
When I put "msconfig" in run and than press ok.
 start-> run ->msconfig ->System Configuration Utility

Following two things are coming back when I restart my computer
(evenif I remove "checkmark").
netsvr(netsvr.exe) ->HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
mobsync(mobsync.exe/logon) ->HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

What should I do so it won't come back whenever I restart
my computer.

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SheharyaarSaahilConnect With a Mentor Commented:
bhavesh please try this, Download HijackThis v1.98.2 from here, run it and Save the LOG file:

Then Post that log at this site >>
hit analyse, scroll down, hit save analyse, a new page will open, please post here the address of the new page :)

have you tried to go to that specific location and remove that exe file and checked if it would come back again.

make sure you are removing an unwanted process and make sure to backup registry before deleting
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bhavesh55Author Commented:
When i search "netsvr.exe"  &  "mobsync.exe" both are under "c:/winnt/system32".but in msconfig it shows different path.So i am confuse what to do ?

If i remove and some program uses it than i am in trouble.

>> but in msconfig it shows different path
what does msconfig show about the netsvr.exe's path!

** remember that mobsync.exe is a valid process.... you are not requried to remove the file from the system.... if you dont want to see it running and starting... then you can just untick it and that should stop it..... you dont need to delete this file :)
bhavesh55Author Commented:
Dear SheharyaarSaahil,
I unclick all and when i restart my computer only 2 of the above files are coming back.So I don't want to unclick everytime when i restart my computer.I don't want to run anyfile in background which are using memory.

I need permanent solution.

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