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Startuplite for Vista


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TechyMom5

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Hi there,

I downloaded startuplite for my laptop OS is Vista and when I click continue I get the following error for the following items.

"Error on Value: SunJavaUpdateSchedule. There was an error creating a msconfig key."

The same error message for the following:
SigmatelTrayApp
Igfxtray
hotkeycmds
persistence

I've run malwarebytes and nothing found...virus scan and nothing found.

Computer runs fine but thought that it would be nice to have a program that stops unnecessary items to run on on startup. I like the idea of keeping my computer clean and not run files that aren't necessary.

Any suggestions?

Thanks
TechyMom5

Edited by TechyMom5, 16 March 2010 - 10:00 AM.

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I am not familiar with startuplite...
I use BillP's WinPatrol that does a great job doing what your trying to do so if you you would like to try it uninstall startuplite and get WinPatrol here...
launch it and click on the startup programs tab and get a screenshot for me...

if you don't know how to post a screenshot...go here...
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Hi happyrock,

thanks for your reply...here is the screenshot you requested.

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launch winpatrol again...startup programs tab...right click on the entry you want to "fix" from the menu that opens use the guide below on what option to use for each one

leave running at startup...
apoint.exe is a component of the drivers for your Alps Touchpad. This process should not be disabled to ensure that your touchpad works properly
Windows Defender
mcagent.exe


set to disabled
hkcmd.exe
igfxtray.exe
igfxpers.exe
iaanotif.exe
PCMService.exe
sprtcmd.exe
wmdc.exe
sttray.exe
mumservice.exe
Zoiper.exe
jusched.exe
imc.exe
DLG.exe
wmpnscfg.exe
quickset.exe
delldock.exe

move to delayed start...stagger the times by 30 seconds or so on each one...
Google Desktop Search
Google Calendar
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Hi there!

Ok I've done what you said and much nicer...one question I can't find my recycle bin it was it was on the top of my desktop and now its gone where would I find it to put it back...how would I empty it if I had something to delete? Thanks that should be about it thanks again for your help
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Never mind I found the recycle bin and put it on my desktop. Thanks again for your help...made a difference in start up. :)
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your welcome...
besides booting faster...you should also see a speed increase using your computer

Edited by happyrock, 20 March 2010 - 04:12 PM.

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