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Default message when logging on

I have a new computer with windows vista and after logging on, a blackbox comes up that says c:windows/setspk/default.exe. When I went to windows files I find that setspk is there (associated with Realtek) as an application. I have done a recovery and it still turns up. It disappears after blinking on, and it doesn't seem to bother anything, but I don't think it should be doing this. Am I correct.

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Pls type 'msconfig' in Run window in XP ir in 'Start Search' in Vista and once you get to the System Configuration Utility screen, go to the Startup tab abd there uncheck the option 'Realtek High Definition Audio'. Click 'Apply' and then close it and restart the computer.
Once you do this, it will not bother you again.

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