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Two Instance of Google Drive

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One of the Windows 8 machines I use appears to have GoogleDrive listed twice in the start-up programs - I cannot get rid of this. I cant disable or remove one. If I un-install GoogleDrive and re-install then I get two instances again - see pic

How can I resolve this ?
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Opps - forgot the pic -
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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That is normal.  You will also see that you have two instances of gupdate (google updater).  I am under the impression that one is the user part and the other is the system part.
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OK  - seems strange though
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Replaced drivers - ran sfc - it said it fixed some files so fingers crossed
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Opps - posted on Wrong Q
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