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    hi there,
    i m using win2k SP 4, i want to know how we can remove apps from startup (for eg. in win98/winxp we use msconfig to edit startup properties)

    thanx in advance

    harry

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    Originally posted by Harishs@Jul 14 2005, 05:36 AM
    hi there,
    i m using win2k SP 4, i want to know how we can remove apps from startup (for eg. in win98/winxp we use msconfig to edit startup properties)

    thanx in advance*

    harry
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    You can always go into the registy and remove applications from there. Also check the startup folder under Start->Programs and see if what you are trying to remove is there.

    If you want to go the reg. route let me know and I can try and walk you through that process.
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