Startup, Ever seen this??

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Jimmy Sway, Jan 24, 2002.

  1. Jimmy Sway

    Jimmy Sway Guest

    under msconfig - start up, i have a listing.

    dumprep 0 -k

    Ever seen it, what is it??
     
  2. Qumahlin

    Qumahlin Moderator

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    Whatever it is, it's from a program you installed, I did a Ms search and find no mention of any such program, you might wanna do a search for that exe, and find out what it is attached to
     
  3. renakuajo

    renakuajo Guest

    yes i seen it 'cause i have it to in start up.....have tried several times to prevent it to start with no luck any help??
     
  4. Led2112

    Led2112 Guest

    Im pretty sure its your "dump" file when the system crashes ...Im pretty sure it logs your system crashes. Not sure though..have you crashed lately?
     
  5. Led2112

    Led2112 Guest

    Try this free utility StartupCPL it will delet the things you dont need.

    StartupCPL

    :D
     
  6. renakuajo

    renakuajo Guest

    " Im pretty sure its your "dump" file when the system crashes "

    thats what i though but at least in my case i disable the thing so i dont know why it keeps loading
     
  7. Led2112

    Led2112 Guest

    try that program it will disable it.
     
  8. stapler101

    stapler101 Guest

    xp uses a dump file to report the crashes.
     
  9. Jimmy Sway

    Jimmy Sway Guest

    Thanks for the program link, i'm sure its from the crashing...
     
  10. renakuajo

    renakuajo Guest

    led2112

    downloaded the program but still it keeps showing up at startup......damn:mad:

    by the way in startup it shows this also:

    ctfmon C:\Windowns\System32\ctfmon.exe

    anyones knows what that is????
     
  11. Led2112

    Led2112 Guest

    Sorry i dont know why it is keeping itself in startup but I am sure its fine to leave it there. Ctfmon.exe is from OfficeXp. Ctfmon.exe monitors the active windows and provides text input service support for speech recognition, handwriting recognition, keyboard, translation, and other alternative user input technologies.
     
  12. renakuajo

    renakuajo Guest

    thanks led2112

    so ctfmon is safe to disable
     
  13. Led2112

    Led2112 Guest

    Removing the Ctfmon.exe might cause problematic behavior in your Office XP programs, so removing it is not recommended. To prevent Ctfmon.exe from running, follow these steps.

    Read this from the Microsoft site...you might just want to leave it!
    It looks like it's a pain in the a** to remove it.

    What is CTFMON