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Mr G

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I have just used a trial version off tune-up 2006, and when i ran the startup manager section it came up with an
Intel common user interface module C:\WINDOWS\system32\igfxpers.exe...of which it describes it as potentially dangerous and highly recommends removing this start up entry...I have a dell 2.8gh 512k ram using xp home... is this a trojan or just one off dells weapons if it is, what is the best way to remove it...

any help would be grateful


thanx :whistling:
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