Blank entry in msconfig

  exdragon 12:22 24 Jun 08
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Hi - in msconfig there's something which doesn't have an entry in either the Start up item column or the Command column. The rest of the line is HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVer...

How do I know what it is to see if I need it?

Thanks

  birdface 13:16 24 Jun 08

Un-tick it in the start up program.And see if it causes any problems.You can always re-tick it later.

  exdragon 14:04 24 Jun 08

I suppose I could have done that, but what if it's something vital?

  brundle 14:08 24 Jun 08

If it was vital it wouldn't be blank. Disabling it won't stop your computer booting into Windows successfully. In addition the MSConfig window often isn't big enough to see the whole entry. Use this instead; click here
Restore the item from the Deleted tab if required (which is unlikely).

  birdface 14:23 24 Jun 08

It is probably something that has already been deleted but not completely.

  ventanas 15:21 24 Jun 08

Its not uncommon, just google blank entry in msconfig for lots of possibles.

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