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cyberdyne

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Hi all,
Im looking for an application which has the ability to use personalised profiles with msconfig.
I often have to uncheck numerous startup items within msconfig when i want to reboot my system for use with Sims2 as with it being very resource heavy, I need pretty much everything to be shut down when I play it.

Does such a program exist? Is what im looking for even possible?
...or sould i just continue doing this manually everytime i need to reboot for Sims?

Thank you.
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cyberdyne

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Can anyone help with this please?
Thank you.
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If you install a programme to do this then it is another one running, you will need to untick boxes then reboot, then to re-enable things, tick all the boxes again and reboot, which is probably slower than typing msconfig and putting the dot in normal start up to enable everything and rebooting
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Point taken. :tazz:
Thank you.

Edited by cyberdyne, 04 March 2006 - 07:30 AM.

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