"SETUP.Ink"

  curly 16:08 06 Sep 03
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I gve recently used the Windows clean up programme to delete unwanted files. On every start up I get the message "STARTUP.ink - refers to a location that is not available."

I should be grateful for advice on how to get rid of this message.

  curly 16:09 06 Sep 03

I am sorry, it should read "SETUP.Ink etc.....

  mark500 22:47 06 Sep 03

Someone correct if I am Wrong but the file is actually SETUP.LNK (LINK FILE). It refers to a program that no longer exists trying to re-install. Find the setup.lnk and delete it and your problem should go away.

  bremner 22:48 06 Sep 03

click here

curly started another thread on this and resolved the problem

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