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Isnt there a command i can put in the Run file to see whats starting up when i boot up? Thanks for the help in advance.
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Check out:

How to Determine What Processes are Running in Windows XP

Post back if this doesn't help.

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i was wondering ig there was like a program list? i
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nvm I have found out that it wasnt my programs that were making me freeze. Everytime i run ad-aware or McAfee virus scan and even sometimes Disk Defragmenter, after a couple of minutes i get to a blue screen saying kernal_stack_inbase error!
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write msconfig and press enter. Go to startup and you will see a list of all the programs that load during startup. Uncheck everything that is not essential (make sure to leave anti malware programs starting), Press Apply > OK and reboot. During rebooting you will gwt a message. Check it.
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