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How do you stop a program from starting each time you start IE?

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2006-01-11 00:37:06
2006-01-11 00:37:06

Go to the start button then to run, type in msconfig click ok. At the top of the box that appears it should have tabs the very last tab says "startup" go down the list to the program you wish to not start-up and uncheck it. Then click apply close. When it closes it will tell you that you need to reboot, click restart when the computer restarts you will get a message that says "System configuration utility you are using selective start up..." then check the box that says "Don't show this message again" and click on. See if that helps.

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