Selective start up mode

  hiwatt 20:20 02 Mar 08

I've got my computer on selective start up.But as well as my anti virus and windows defender there's quite alot of nvidia runDLL32 stuff and a couple of macrovision entries.It's all under software.Is it safe to stop these from starting up?I don't want to cause problems though it's just it takes a long time to boot up.Thanks.

  crosstrainer 06:59 03 Mar 08

The nvidia entries relate to your chipset and graphics card drivers, so don't disable them! Macrovision usually relates to games and the like.

  hiwatt 10:06 03 Mar 08

Ok crosstrainer thanks.Probably better to just leave it as it is.I don't want to cause any unnecessary problems.

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