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meggoman

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i used ewido to get rid of adware and i accedintly deleted adware that was wrapped around another file. now every time i boot my computer up it says that i am missing compaq connections.exe app id seperator. my computer seems to be running fine but i just want that message to go away. is there any way to get that file back that i need. i have windows xp. thanks
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Hi meggoman

All you need to do is:

Click Start/Run/msconfig and uncheck Compaq Connections, then reboot.
You will need to go to the "startup" tab on msconfig to find compaq connections

Hope it works
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thanks for the help! Do you know what that app id seperator is and do i need it. And if i do need it do you know how i can get it back. if i dont need it and it doesnt effect my computer at all then nevermind and thanks for the help.
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Hi

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Hi

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