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Nope they come from the C:/...../.....
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Can you find them in programme files, right click the programme icon, click create shortcut

Left click and hold the button on the shortcut, (on the desktop), drag and hold it over the start button, then all programmes, then start up, hold it in the start up folder then let the button go
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Let me know when you're done thread hijacking since I did ask the question.
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I dont understand what your saying.

Create shortcut of any program file, and move it into the startup folder in start menu?>


Yea Help sxechic first before me


and yea i also made my own thread we can use that instead of using this one if it's bother sxechic


http://www.geekstogo...howtopic=128867

my thread.

Edited by elq, 02 September 2006 - 10:21 AM.

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Since nobody here is willing to help me for some strange reason, I'll leave. Sorry to inconvenience you guys!

edit: I figured out how to fix it but I'll keep that my little secret. I would have shared if somebody actually attempted to help.

Edited by sxechic, 02 September 2006 - 10:57 PM.

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Since nobody here is willing to help me for some strange reason, I'll leave. Sorry to inconvenience you guys!

edit: I figured out how to fix it but I'll keep that my little secret. I would have shared if somebody actually attempted to help.



... they both tried to help you. if you read carefully.
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