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philstone

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I have a program that launches on startup and sits in the trey on my task bar. It's called HP digital Imaging Monitor. I don't use it, but i don't want to delete yet, are there any other ways to stop it from launching on startup
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Hi philstone and welcome to Geekstogo!


Go to start, then run. Type MSCONFIG.

go to the start up tab.

Look for HP digital Imaging Monitor and uncheck it.

reboot

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thanks
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now when i startup i get a message saying that the system configuration utility is currently is diagnostic or selective startup mode mode, causing the utility to be run every time windows starts and then it launches system configuration
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philstone

The next time that message comes up just put a check the little box in the lower left (I think) corner.
It wont hurt anything. Thats the mode you selected. (selective startup mode)
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Edited by Cranky, 01 September 2005 - 05:36 PM.

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