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I was browsing around my computer the other night and came across in "Downloads" and I noticed that there are two programs in there called "LSLMCLTSetup-dm [1] & LSLMCLTSetup", I am wondering what it is, and if it's a program that I don't need, how do I get rid of it???

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I have one too many "administrats" the first one is
"ADMINI~2~DM" the second one is "Administrator" & the third one is "Administrator.ADMINISTRATOR" I do use the third one, but do I really need the other 2 in there??? I k now i have tried to delete the first one a few times and there it keeps coming back on there.

:tazz: ;) ;)

what shall I do?
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The LSLMCTLSetup is a sort of game called 'Leisure Suit Larry' (don't ask!). You definately don't want it on the system.

Reboot your system in safe mode (press F8 key a few times just before Windows starts to load & select safemode from the menu).

Go to control panel->add/remove programs & see if theres an entry for this program. If so, remove it.

Locate the any file names that start with LSLMCTL in my computer & delete them. (Use the find files utility on the start menu).

Go to the Run command on start menu & type msconfig <OK>
Click on the startup tab in Msconfig & look down the list of entries. If you see any entries with the LSLM... filename or 'Leisure Suit Larry' listed, clear the check box to disable them from starting up.

Do these things first & let me know what happens before tackling the administrator issue, but I suspect the two are connected.
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