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Registry Editor opens upon reboot

Posted on 2013-11-07
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Why would reg edit open up on reboot?
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Run Autoruns to answer that question.
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Because there's a shortcut to the regedit file in the Startup folder? Only reason that would be there is because someone manually placed it there under your user profile.
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Start msconfig. Click the Startup tab. Do you have an entry for "regedit.exe"?
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