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Sandisck cruzre 2.0 GB

My name G. Lopez.

Every time I turn on my computer I have a windows that cannot open tis file:
File: LaunchU3.exe.ink

Use the web or select a program.

I can't get rid of it, please help.

Contact me @ gblopez1@hotmail.com

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DOWNLOAD CCLEANER FROM DOWNLOAD .COM AND RUN THE MENU WHICH SHOWS START UP FILES DELETE THIS ENTRY.. YOUR PROBLEM IS SOLVED


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GO IN START UP MENU IN START---- PROGRAM FILES----
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