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Why is it when I start up my computer, the system32 folder appears (opened with all the files inside of it showing). How can I stop this from happening?
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Try here

http://support.micro...kb/170086/en-us
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Thanks Keith, I'll look into it a little bit further. With all the warnings and the chance of screwing something up, I'm not sure I want to mess around with things
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When you open regedit, click edit, click export, check the dot is in all for export range, name and save the file somewhere safe

Click the + next to each process then click the last one (run)

Usual entries are thus

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You are looking for ""
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Thanks alot! I'll give it a try when I get a chance.
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If anything goes wrong, double click the file you saved to restore the registry
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Alright, thanks! :whistling:
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