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If you are comfortable making registry changes ****DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK, INCORRECT REGISTRY EDITING CAN LEAD TO SYSTEM INSTABILITY OR INABILITY TO BOOT**** then i would suggest opening the registry editor (start>run>regedit) and removing any keys under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software which reference Babylon. Also, make sure (since this is happening at startup) that you have run MSconfig (start>run>msconfig) and deselected any references to Babylon there. Also, check your system variables (right click computer>properties>advanced>environment variables) and be sure that there is not a PATH that points to Babylon left over.
**As with any registry editing make sure you perform a complete registry backup, or at the very least manually set a system restore point before you atempt any of this.**
Let me know how it works out, or if you need further assistance.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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