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Spybot brought this change up:-

Category - Session manager
Change - Value change
Entry - Boot Execute
Old data - autocheck autochk *Isdelete
New data - autocheck autochk /s\??\autocheck auto.....

I must have changed the settings for Spybot to enable this message to appear (never had it before and probably this happens whenever downloads or whatever I do happens and is quite normal) but not knowing what this meant I denied the change. So should I have allowed it and if so how do I do so now?
Grateful for any advice.

OS XP Home SP2
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just uninstall spybot S & D...then reinstall it but don't use teatimer
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