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msconfig start up tab


Newuser3477

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I have been attempting to change the programmes starting up when opening my pc. Having unticked some items and applied change I get the message"Access denied was returned while attempting to change a service You may need to log in as an administrator to make specific changes. I am the administrator and I have signed in as administrator but still get error message. What can I do to effect the changes i want to make on start up thanks

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buteman

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Not sure but if using W/7 type msconfig into start box and when it appears right click it and click run as administrator.

Not sure if that will help or not.

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onthelimit1

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You may find it easier to turn these programmes off using Tools Startup in CCleaner. If this is not a prog you already have, it's a free download.

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Newuser3477

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Thanks for replies. I am running XP so I don't see "run administrator anywhere. have installed and run CCleaner but can't find any reference to Tools Start up just a tab for applications. Any help on this please

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onthelimit1

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Blue toolbox down the LHS between Options and Registry. Click that then Startup.

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Newuser3477

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Thanks Found it when I closed analysis

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