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I get frequent warnings on logging in to windows "cwtray.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close". From this point on I can't do anything but reboot. I have a wireless internet connection and suspect that sometimes my wireless network adaptor doesn't install quickly enough for Net Nanny to access the internet at bootup.

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