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chimchim

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Since yesterday,everytime I turn on my computer the windows media player
is open at maxium. It doesn't show in my startup menu,I can't find nothing in the
options in windows media player to stop this,I did a virus,spyware and adware scan
(nothing found),run PC BUG DOCTOR and still can't find a way to stop it from coming up. Any suggestions????
THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!!!!!!!!
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nichobemo

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Did you look in the startup for "all users"?
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download startup inspector for windows found at the following link. Search the link for windows media player, if its there, uncheck it and then hit refresh.

Heres the link http://www.geekstogo...tion=show&id=11
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chimchim

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I tried to use the startup inspector for windows program but it doesn't work.
I have no trouble loading the program but when I click on the program icon
nothing happens. I downloaded an older version of the program(2.3b) and it worked!!!! Alot of people are having trouble getting the newest verison (2.7)
to run!!!!

Edited by chimchim, 18 May 2004 - 07:18 PM.

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