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Msconfig how do I run msconfig? I can't find the program

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Click START, then click RUN, type in MSCONFIG and click OK.

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Vista only runs in safe mode


1. Press the Start button.
2.
Type msconfig in Start menu or click 'run' and type msconfig.
3.
Open the program. (Click msconfig icon if it doesn't open automatically)
4.
Also, open the command box. Click Start > run > and type cmd.exe and open. (If the above method does not work, using "msconfig", your "System Configuration Utility" program should open on your screen.
5. Click on the "General" tab on the utility program. Select the "Normal Startup" option. Click "Apply" and "Ok" to confirm the change back to normal mode.
6.
Follow the on-screen prompts to restart the computer. Your computer should reboot normally.
7. IF
this doesn't work: Click on the "Boot" tab in " msconfig" > the "Safe boot" option should be unchecked.

IF that doesn't work, go to "msconfig" again and click the Startup tab. Disable all startup programs or, if you know which one is causing the problem, just a single program.

Hope this helps! Godspeed

Feb 06, 2014 | E-Machines Computers & Internet

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Cpu usage runs high


1st Go on your start menu and enter the programs, if you have
Windows 7 : type - "msconfig"
Windows Vista - "run" then type "msconfig"
Windows Xp - "run" then type "msconfig"
("Run" might have diferent names depending on your language)

Here disable every thing that you dont want to start up at the start of your computer here is a short list:
- iTunes - Steam - Windows Live Messenger
- Microsoft Office - Adobe (every one of them)
- Microsoft windows sidebar
you can check where they are under "Command" find the path and stop the programs you dont want to start every time you start your computer.
Personaly i have disabled everything that isn't a windows program or a server program.

here is a guide i made for increasing Preformence:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r10219725-speed_up_computer_windows_7_vista_xp

Aug 25, 2011 | Dell Insprion 1150 (DELL1150) PC Desktop

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Angggggggg log kasi ngyun CF! paano ma solve yun?


We have 3 point of failures:

1. Internet Connection.
2. Graphics Issues.
3. RAM

Make sure when you plan CF or Cross Fire no other programs running from the background.
Update your graphics driver.
Make sure no file downloads from the background.
Disable the firewall and antivirus when playing online games.
Disable start up programs from start up tab in MSCONFIG.

To access MSCONFIG:

Win Xp = Start>Run>MSCONFIG

Vista/Win7 = Start> search for MSCONFIG

Jun 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Mouse stops responding AOpen M-BJ69 suddenly stops responding sometimes for a few seconds sometimes i have to reboot to get it working again


I'm thinking there are some programs running in the background that shouldn't be running.
From Win XP, click on START>RUN and type msconfig
In Vista, just type msconfig in the space above the start button
Now go to the startup tab and uncheck the programs that are running at startup. Don't worry--you are not uninstalling them, just telling them not to run at startup. You can keep the ones that run your video and antivirus things like that. If you don't recognize them, don't worry. You can always go back into msconfig and check them to allow them to start up.
This will take some time, as it's a process of elimination.
This should fix it.

Aug 23, 2009 | AOpen Computers & Internet

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My computer is running very slow and i dont know why, I have used the defrag and clean up and ran many of antivirus programs but nothing seems to work, Please HELP


Hello
try running "msconfig" and disable all services except microsoft services .. there may be many programs running behind... and also disable all the startup entries in the startup menu in the same msconfig window..

Cheers!!!

Aug 03, 2009 | HP D530 PC Desktop

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Msconfig won't work


If youre running windows 2000, it doesnt come with msconfig. For a missing msconfig in XP, download it from the internet, copy it to the C:/WINNT/SYSTEM32 folder. The version that works for windows 2000 will work for XP. DONT USE the 95, 98, ME version on 2000 or XP.

Mar 29, 2009 | HP Pavilion a450n PC Desktop

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Computer


path for solution
start - run - msconfig - start up - remove all start up program click then
start - run - msconfig - services - hide all microsoft services and disable all other services

Feb 18, 2009 | Intel Dot Station (INTC300AIO) PC Desktop

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Error window appears that reads "Can't find resource file". This happens at every restart of Windows.


Hello,

That usually means that a program that starts when Windows starts isnt functioning correctly, You can test it by clixking Start > Run > type Msconfig and press enter. After that click the startup tab. Here you will see programs that load when Windows starts.

If you recognize the program thats causing the issue, simply click the box to the left of the item to uncheck it and click OK. You will then be prompted to restart.

As the machine restarts, check to see if the issue has disappeared.

If so, great. Be aware that you that you will be prompted with a "System Configuration Utility" dialog that lets you know you are using Msconfig. If you don't want to be warned of this, click the box that says "Dont show this message..." and click OK.

If not, run Msconfig again, and uncheck the next suspicious program and repeat the process until the problem disappears.

Below is a link with information on using Msconfig. It also has other links that include information of some of the programs that you might see in the startup window of Msconfig.

http://www.netsquirrel.com/msconfig/msconfig_xp.html

NOTE:
There's is a "Disable all" button under the startup tab. But I wouldn't suggest using that initially. It is better to uncheck them one at a time so you can see what is causing the issue.

Thanks

Jul 23, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Slow initial Start up ????


Your computer is trying to load a lot of programs on startup. Click Start --> Run, type msconfig. A window will appear, and on the Startup tab uncheck all startup programs and reboot. Then go back to msconfig and check the programs that you need.

Jul 06, 2008 | HP Pavilion 523n (P9851AR#ABA) PC Desktop

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Programs not responding


Hi again Gordon,

Appreciate the update.
1. other than the glitches you posted, was there any significant change on how the programs responded, specifically are they still prone to "not responding". If still, then problem is elsewhere, if no more "not responding" then we simply have to weave out the culprit among the many in msconfig's Startup;
2. Could you please post back a list of the programs that are running in msconfig's Startup?

Jun 09, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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