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I have tried to go into my 'msconig' function however i receive this error message "WINDOWS CANNOT FIND 'MSCONFIG' Has anyone experienced this problem before and how may I fix it?


Also I have been having something crazy going on with my mouse. It seems to click on its on. Opening up files, links or whatever function I may be doing at that moment. Any ideas on what this may be the result of?
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It seems to click on its on

Say again?
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as for ur 2nd issue.. my mom had the same problem before and found it was a bad keyboard, try swapping your mouse and keyboard one by one and eliminate the problem
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In regards to the second issue I guess I should have stated that I have a Dell laptop. And for some reason my mouse has a tendacy to have a mind of its own. It would click by itself without any effort on my side.


And in regards to the first issue I can not seem to log into my "msconfig' function.
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As for your mouse, try another one. I just had to replace my mouse, which was double clicking for me, when I clicked once.

As for the other issue....
Open Windows Explorer.
Navigate to:
C:\Windows\System32
Is msconfig.exe present there?
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I checked and my "msconfig.exe" is not showing up. Any ideas? On why and how to fix it?
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Unzip attached file, and paste it into C:\Windows\System32 folder

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