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praveen kumar

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whenever i start my system....................i get th following message
persistance module
persistance module has encountered a problem and
needs to close. we are sorry for the inconvenience.
what should i do..............
please help me...........please...................
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Persistence module is a process ran by igfxpers.exe, non-essential process from Intel ob-board video.
Go Start>Run, type in:
msconfig
Click OK.

Go to Startup tab, and if you see igfxpers.exe listed there, remove the checkmark.
Restart computer, and the message shouldn't be bothering you anymore.
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Christy P

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Persistence module is a process ran by igfxpers.exe, non-essential process from Intel ob-board video.
Go Start>Run, type in:
msconfig
Click OK.

Go to Startup tab, and if you see igfxpers.exe listed there, remove the checkmark.
Restart computer, and the message shouldn't be bothering you anymore.


Thanks Broni! I know I didn't pose this question but your response helped me just the same :)
I even used this process to stop some of the other programs from popping up at start up.

Thank you! :)

Christy

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