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When I used Norton SystemsWorks 2005 One Button Check-up (OBC) it show I have 3 registry problems. Basically they are all start up programs that have been uninstalled using windows unistaller in the control panel. When I have the OBC fix the problem it erases the entries from my registry like it should. The problem is when I reboot the computer they show up again. So I used regedit and deleted them manually. The same thing happen though, when I reboot they are there again. How do I keep these from showing back up? The items I'm having trouble with are from Microsoft Antispyware (gcasServ) and from older version of Symantec Internet Security/Antivirus programs. (Symantec Netdriver Monitor and URLLSTCK). OBC refers to the files gcasServ, Symantec Netdriver Monitor and URLLSTCK as "Missing Windows Startup Files". Which is correct they are missing from my computer because I have uninstalled the programs they were associated with. They are all located in the registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

Any help with this would greatly be appreciated.

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