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How can i remove the pop-up windows after every boot up

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When I booting the XP every time, a windows is popup (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft\ [Merge Modules]);(not the GUI by MSconfig)
(please see the attach doc);

How can I disable the popup windows every times rebooting?

I am us Windows XP SP2+Office 2003
 

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kcnychief

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#3
When I booting the XP every time, a windows is popup (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft\ [Merge Modules]);(not the GUI by MSconfig)
(please see the attach doc);

How can I disable the popup windows every times rebooting?

I am us Windows XP SP2+Office 2003
If you check that box and then click the button, I bet it won't come back. Looks like the MSCONFIG dialog that appears after a reboot saying you made changes to me.
 

Admiral Michael

Michaelsoft Systems CEO
#4
I think he means the explorer window in the background.

I would suggest looking through msconfig under the startup tab for anything that has the command C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft.

Sometimes a dead link in the startup tab will cause an explorer window to appear.
 

fitz

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#5
(not the GUI by MSconfig)
Looks like the MSCONFIG dialog that appears after a reboot saying you made changes to me.
So much for kcny reading carefully :) :p

As Michael mentioned, I would search through the startups for something that references that folder. I believe that folder (Merge Modules) is usually used by Visual Studio so it may be something that Visual Studio is trying to find as well.
 

kcnychief

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#6
I have "notreadingcarefullydisease" for the past week.

I think we should just delete my posts since the beginning of April - will make life a lot less confusing :p
 

falconguard

Carbon based lifeform
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#8
Either one, If the problem still exists just uncheck the other. Either, of those modules should be able to do what you need.
 

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