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How can I disable the auto start feature

I don't want the program to auto-run when I turn on the computer. I can't find any thing in the options menu and this program is not in the startup folder of my programs. any ideas?

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Hi
say pls what run instrartup
i thnk your os missing some files
if u get my doc in startup
then
go type cmd in run then
sfc /purgecache then
sfc /scannow
put your xp cd in rom
then restatrt sys

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