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How can I add programs to my Win 2K startup list so they will start at boot time?  
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http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=270035

Click on Windows 2K from top.

Or right click Startup under Start->Programs... And pick Open, then Right-Click-Drag your program in there and pick create shortcuts here.
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regedit

HKLM - Software - Microsoft - Windows - Current version - run

create a new string value and name it as you want - edit that value to point to your exe path
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