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That sounds very odd. Have you tried going to add/remove programs to see if its there? If so, uninstall it.
If it isn't listed there then you can remove it from your start up folder. In Windows XP you can right click the Start button, go to explore, left click Programs in the left hand pane, left click Startup in the left hand pane, delete reference to the program in the right hand pane.
If it isn't there then it's in your registry. You can check if there is reference to it under the following key but be very very careful when working in the registry as it can cause issues to delete the wrong thing.
Click Start, in the run area type in regedit.
Go to this key: hkey_local_machine\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\run
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