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Solved: Run Can' Find msconfig File? Help

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  1. bamdenton

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    I was trying to checkout my items on my startup by going to Start, the Run, then msconfig and a popup displayed it could not find any folder msconfig. Any suggestions? I was only trying this as a tip form Kim Komando's site Thanks. Bill
     
  2. lister

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    Is your OS Windows XP?
     
  3. bamdenton

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    My OS is Windows 2000 running on a Toshiba Tecra 8100 laptop. Bill
     
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    Microsoft bought Sysinternals a while ago and it hasn't been poisoned yet. They have a great utility called AutoRuns that shows everything that runs when you login -- services, scheduled tasks, DLLs, drivers, and more.
     
  7. bamdenton

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    Thank you all. i can take it from here. Bill
     
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    Ok, glad to help.

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