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startup errors, esp. NvQTwk and Outlook pointer


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O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [NvCplDaemon] RUNDLL32.EXE NvQTwk,NvCplDaemon initialize

is still there....all this thing is is a control panel applet for your nvidia card.

You put a check in front of that line, then hit FIX?

You could also reinstall your nvidia drivers to recreate that file

http://www.nvidia.co...ers/drivers.asp
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Yes, I checked the line that you told me to fix (which was 04 - HKCUetc. NOT HKLM) and hit FIX. HKCU is gone. Should I do the same for HKLM?
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sorry, missed, it...yes
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Hi gerryf,

I fixed the second line, and my startup problem is gone. Thanks for your help on that.

You also suspected a malware problem -- the F2.....auserinit.exe. Can you give me an idea of how important it is to fix this? My access to the Internet is through a network with another computer. I never get any spam on mine, as it is all intercepted at the other location. I have Norton AV, which is up-to-date. Does this thing on my computer compromise the other one in our network?

My third question, when I started this with you, was whether my startup list was too lengthy, and if so, what could I get rid of. Did you have any comments on that?
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