|When I start an XP session, I am getting two messages sprouting from the bar along the bottom of the screen|
1. a little message informing me that I have files waiting to be burned onto a CD.
2. I have no computer firewall and should activate the XP protecction.
As for 1. I have no files waiting to be burned, in fact I haven't burned a CD in the last few months.
(CDburnerXP is my prog)
Where can the message be coming from?
2. the xp firewall activation message + the automatic updates nag are fine but there must be somewhere to switch them off.
As for becoming infected personally I feel it only happens when you visit knotty sites, something I would never do. Well I do have to make exceptions now and again... :-))
Even so AGS does a good job of finding Trojans and running once a week adaware +spybot to keep the system clean... this way the benefits are I'm not limited by the firewall.
The automatic updates offered by MS are a mixed blessing.
I once accepted service pack sp3... wow. I have several technical programs that stopped working. Took a long time to get back to service pack 2.
But I have gone off at a tangent. Could anyone please point the way to getting rid of my two start up messages?
Bye and thanks