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Solved: trying to remove programs from start up

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by hlepme84, Feb 11, 2005.

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  1. hlepme84

    hlepme84 Thread Starter

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    i have windows 2000 an when i turn thje omp on yahoo im, avg, verizon help an quicktime launch. how do i stop this?
     
  2. timothye

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    in the properties/options on yahoo IM there must be an option to have it or not to have it start up when the computer is turned on .
    as for avg ,, why wouldnt you want the anti virus to run on start up .. its protecting your computer .?
    cheers
     
  3. hlepme84

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    i also have another question nothing to do with the other.
    i just installed spyware blaster what do i put a check to on the configuration of mozilla protection an ie? they were disabled after dl.
     
  4. timothye

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    make sure they are checked do you have mozilla or are you just using IE ..

    also make sure you update the program to get the latest definitions for protection..

    also on the main page of the program . make sure you click the "enable all protection "
    then your good to go .
    cheers
     
  5. hlepme84

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    ok ty timothy im good now
     
  6. timothye

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    yes m8 ... protect all .-.
    cheers
     
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