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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by eladsimha, Feb 17, 2005.

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  1. eladsimha

    eladsimha Thread Starter

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    i installed norton systemworks 2005 after i fiinished the installetion
    everytime i start my pc i get the "windows installer" box and then "The MSI must be launched through setup" i press ok then it reappear for 3 times and then it goes away.
    it haapanes everytime i restart my pc (win XP).
    everything is working great but i get that messege every time,
    what do i do?
    thanks in advance.
     
  2. Monstrous Mi

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    Do you know how to go into your registry and check to see which programs are trying to start when you boot?
     
  3. Old Rich

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    FWIW . . My experience is that Nortn System Works does more harm on a XP System than it does good.

    wrs
     
  4. eladsimha

    eladsimha Thread Starter

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    these are the files i have at startup, what i didn't need i removed (the problem began even before i removed anything

    CcApp
    Ctfmon
    NvcplDaemon
    SoundMAX
    SoundMAXPnP
     
  5. Old Rich

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    ccapp is your Norton auto-protect and email checking. I'd leave that one starting.

    The others are not necessary, although may provide some functionality in Office and your sound system.

    wrs
     
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