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WHAT IS NORTON SYSTEM DOCTOR.LNK?


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I wanna disable Norton System Doctor.LNK on startup but im not sure if i should/can, or what it does?
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I have Norton System Works and I don't run the system doctor at startup. Go to the options on system works, remove the check mark and it will not load at startup.
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Thx....but im still a lil confused. I have a lot of Norton & such running at startup. Im including 3 screenshots so you can see what i mean -
http://img215.echo.c...844/ss067jo.jpg
http://img215.echo.c...346/ss077jk.jpg
http://img215.echo.c...362/ss085ir.jpg
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also if you didnt already know this a ".lnk" file is a link file, which means its a shortcut. This is not the actual executable, so this may exist in your startup folder, under Start~All Programs~Startup. You can just delete it.
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Thaaaaaaaaaankyou very much, i appreciate the assist. :tazz:
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