remove unchecked files in msconfig

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March 4, 2009 at 12:57:33
Specs: Windows Vista 64, E8500/4GB PC6400
Ok, I have about 7 unchecked files in my msconfig startup file that I want to delete. I tried using the Msconfig Cleanup program, but it doesn't see the unchecked items that are presently there. I tried going to the Registry and most of them are not listed there either. Some are listed, but not the ones I want to delete. So, how do I delete these files in Vista 64 Home Premium?

OS: Windows Vista 64
CPU/Ram: E8500/4GB PC6400
Manufacturer/Model: A/A Direct / Built online


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#1
March 4, 2009 at 19:19:23
Well, since I didn't get any replies, I had to do some extensive searching and finally came across my answer. So, disregard my post above. Thanks for anyone who took a peek.

OS: Windows Vista 64/Ubuntu 64
CPU/Ram: E8500/4GB PC6400
Manufacturer/Model: A/A Direct / Built online


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#2
March 5, 2009 at 05:49:14
Perhaps someone else was doing some extensive research trying to find a solution to your issue in the 5 hours or so that passed before your own reply.

Please do share your resolve because I too am interested in removing the unchecked items.

Bryan


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#3
March 5, 2009 at 06:01:32
Well, thank you Bryco for your response. I had my answer all along and didn't even know it. It is in Crap Cleaner(CCleaner). You just select Tools, then Startup and there they are. It will list all of them and they are designated as checked or not. You just delete the ones that are not. Like I said, right under my nose and I missed it. Thanks for stopping by.

OS: Windows Vista 64/Ubuntu 64
CPU/Ram: E8500/4GB PC6400
Manufacturer/Model: AVA Direct / Built online


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