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i could do that but i don't want all the files to be loaded.. because.. it will also load the trojans...
i get this msg when i first start my pc..
first message


i can click on normal start up but it will load all the files ...

any ideas as to how to ret rid of the unchecked items here..
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thx for all your help...

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does anyone know how to get rid of items that are unchecked in the startup.
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http://www.cosc.broc...a/~ak00ac/3.jpg
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the correct link is

http://www.cosc.broc...a/~ak00ac/3.bmp
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You'll need to enable the items to start, and then clean them with a virus remover, or Hiajck This fix.
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THANK YOU SOO MUCH

for all your help.. this fourm is great.... i was able to fix my pc and now it works.. very well.. thx for the guidance..

JOB WELL DONE.
thanks again..

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