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My windows security and update wont work [Solved]


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i can restart my computer and tell you what folder it is
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the folder is Windows > Start Menu > Programs > Start Up > MRI_DISABLED
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CAN I DELETE IT FROM MY START UP FOLDER?
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Yes delete it from there, I must admit I thought I had asked if it was there... Must be my age. Meanwhile how is the computer behaving now ?
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its working great thank you soosoo much. Now there was 1 more question i wanted to ask you, when I go into my computer folder i have all these files that I'm not sure what to do with, example{4C776CC8-163E-4A3B-B030-11E94B16A086} There is 20 of them. And I have a owner folder on my desktop. Not sure if I need these or get rid of them. But thanks for everything and I will delete the mri folder from my startup.
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Computer is running great!!!! Just wanted to give some more thank yous!!!! :thumbsup:
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[2012/09/21 14:12:49 | 000,003,800 | ---- | M] () -- C:\{9D8F72D4-DE0F-4DE3-BC22-1D33F7B94875}
[2012/09/21 14:03:06 | 000,003,816 | ---- | M] () -- C:\{E9192F7B-F740-4C54-91AA-B2B8CFD3DFD0}

Are these the ones ? If so they are windows updates temp file areas and can be safely deleted
The owner folder is just a shortcut so can be deleted

Let me know of any further problems.. Windows all in one repair can be uninstalled from control panel, the remainder of the programmes can be just deleted from the desktop
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Alright, thanks again!!
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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