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Comp restarts +Windons explorer error + can't see desktop icons


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If i wanted to autostart it next time how will i do that.
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You can Restore the backup HijackThis made if the program itself has no option to set itself on Auto.

I'm very ignorant about that sort of programs, since they always pose a security risk I never use them.

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Soory for replying so late. I was away from my comp.
I removed the program from the startup list and lets see how it runs for a few days. I'll reply back with what happenes.

Thx
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OK. Keeping them crossed for you. :whistling:
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Alright, first of all after changing to classic XP i only got the error once and after that not at all.

2) I fixed the registry in the HijackThis but the program still starts up with windows start up everytime.

3) I just recently got the error when i plugged in my USB drive and opned my commputer. That never happened before with my USB.

4) If you have time could you help me with another problem my sisters comp is having, or should i make another topic for it.
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1) Good to hear. :whistling:

2) If it were up to me I would uninstall it, but that is ultimately your choice.

3) Sounds like a driver or hardware problem

4) Start a separate thread or it might get too confusing.

Regards,
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Thanks a lot for bearing with me. I'll uninstall the program in a week cause i won't hav time ot get to my comp.

I'll make a new thread. I would apreciate if you helped again. :) :help: :blink: :whistling:
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The error problem is now not that worse. I rarely get the error anymore. I figured out that it only happens when comp starts and i access my computer to fast befor all the stuff like virus, spyware, stuf are fully loaded.
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That makes sense. If the libraries arent all loaded yet, the application crashes.
It is a form of protection. If it isn't all present, the not yet protected program shouldn't run.
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