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Old 10-01-2009, 02:52 AM
ganaraj ganaraj is offline
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Accept Hide Startup program & from tray icons

To all Respected Members... Please Help me to overcome this problem...
I have a startup program (bit comet) which needs to be hide during windows logon also it should run and should be not seen to others & also in tray icons, and it should run like that every time i start my computer...please advice me in detail and steps how
to overcome this problem and send me link of any software if needed...
My system: Windows Xp SP2....
Thanking you in advance....

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Old 10-01-2009, 06:01 AM
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Default Is this hardware compatable

have you looked at your startup pane in "MSCONFIG"?
Go to RUN and type in: MSCONFIG
Be very carefull here, you can stuff up your whole PC. Only click on the START UP pane. There you will see a list of programs that are running in the back ground. Some programs have a seperate listing that will read "tray" somewhare in the name. Simply find the program you are looking for and deselect it. If you have installed programs that you wish not to run at startup, but rather start them manualy, you can do it here too. Good luck!!!

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