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Were there other entries under default?
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No there were no other entries under the default...
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We're about there...I think :whistling:

Go back to each or those keys, double click on (Default), and tell me what is in the "Value Data" field.
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It says no value set beside default and when I click on it. It is blank
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Download this Script and save it to your desktop. Double-click on the downloaded file to run it, accepting all prompts to let it run. Reboot and see if the System32 folder still opens on Startup.
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I did what you told me and this is what it says ... This script cannot repair your issue. The expected Registry
value was not found. and a box for you to click OK
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Hmmmm... :whistling:

Do you have a Sound Blaster Audigy 2 sound card? Right click on "My Computer" and choose "Properties". Click on the "Hardware" tab and then click the "Device Manager" button. Scroll down the list to "Sound, video, and game controllers and expand (click +) the catagory. Do you see the aforementioned device? Do you have a separate catagory in the Device Manager for Sound Cards? If yes, check there, too.

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No I do not have the sound blaster audigy card that you mentioned nor do I have a seperate section for sound cards
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Please download and run HiJackThis. Save a log and attach it to your next post. I'd like to take a look at what's running on your machine.
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I hope that I am doing this one right...
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I cannot get it to attach hang on
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Maybe try zipping it first. Right click the file, point to "Send To" and select "Compressed Folder". Then try to attach the zipped file.
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I'd also like for you to check the following registry key for me.

In regedit, expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, then SOFTWARE, then Microsoft, then Windows NT, then CurrentVersion, and click on Winlogon

In the right pane, locate the entry UserInit and double-click on it. What is in the Value Data field? Be exact...
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Okay the Hijackthis that I am trying to send to you does not seem to be attaching I will have to work on that. I did the 2nd thing that you told me to do and it also says that the default has no value set, but underneath it has ( wave REG_SZ wdmaud.drv )
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There was no Userinit string value? There should have been a pretty long list in the right pane when you clicked on Winlogon.

Copy and paste the HJT log to your next reply then.

Edited by wannabe1, 09 April 2006 - 05:14 PM.

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