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How to remove troublesome dialog box

Posted on 2009-07-12
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I am using XPsp3
Occasionally, a dialog box appears and stops any program I happen to be working on
It relates to a program I deleted using the "add remove programs" feature of microsoft.
The removed program is called Paretologic
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Try this:

Go to Scheduled Tasks folder in the Control Panel and delete the ParetoLogic Registration entry.

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That was easy!  Thank you both
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