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DDE server window & Base 2 panel form keep popping up on shutdown


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Alanaos

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The black boxes that come up when you go into MS/DOS keep popping up when I close windows down or shutdown my laptop. The names above are the only 2 I've managed to catch as the rest flash up too quickly.

Is this a big problem?

Also is it worth getting hold of a copy of REG Cure?

Thanks for your help if you have any!!!

Alana.
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Can you check 2 possible things:

1) Start > Run > services.msc
Can you see if there is any service related to the titels you get from the 2 Dos windows. If so, stop those services.

2) press CTRL-ALT-DEL > Task Manager > Processes
check if there are any processes related to the titels you get from the 2 Dos windows. If so, stop those processes.
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Start > Run > services.msg brings up an error window asking if I've typed the file name correctly.

There's nothing in processes relating to the mentioned files.

Any ideas?
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Start > run > services.msc

not: services.msg
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Sorry!

Still nohing in there though.
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