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horlor44

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On boot to desktop ,I cant get rid of this invitation box to login into messenger( which I never use)Ive done " dont load at start-up" and searched and deleted and looked in MS config ...its not listed .Any ideas anyone??
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Start> Run> cut and paste
RunDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %windir%\INF\msmsgs.inf,BLC.Remove
MS Messenger will be gone.
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Before I do that,some links suggest this may be a fake messenger and or Virus/Trojan what ja think?
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if you do as czarina suggests, Messenger will be removed -- since you do not need it, you will be no farther behind. Then reboot and see if the message occurs.

I do not think that it is a virus....a cirus does not announce itself to you
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Thanks All... Its gone..but got an Error Message......"unable to delete bla bla...re-boot..But it worked and Many Thanks.....Richie
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Thanks for posting back and letting us know that it's gone.

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