missing files at start up and how to rid them?

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kcd123

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After I turn on my computer the first thing that comes up is the following:
file cannot be found
Module c: NOVELL\Client32\NBIC.NLM did not remain resident press any key to continue
so i hit the key and the next file comes up
TRANNTA.NLM..............etc
IPHLPR.nlm...etc
SRVLOC.nlm
IPX.NLM
SPX_SKTS.NLM
VMLID.NLM
CLIENT32.nlm
and then after the final client32.nlm file when i hit the key it will load up windows 98SE.

Is there a way to get rid of them or are they in sysedit command...not to sure any help would be greatly appreciated as i would like to get rid of these 8 commands at logon.

Thanks in anticipation
kcd123
 

blues_harp28

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Hi Novell\client32 is to gain access to University Novell file servers.
Check if it's running in msconfig.
Start>run>type msconfig>click on startup tab.
Untick Novell\client32>apply>ok>reboot.
You can always retick entry in msconfig it you need to.
 
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