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After doing some research on this issue the reviews are saying it is not a critical issue however you should run a full scan with your anti-virus software. Along with that it has to do with a start up load on the graphics card configuration loader. I would if it were me go to start-run-type in MSCONFIG then go to start-up menu and clear most of it out. Accept anti-virus software if you know what your software program for antivirus the lines will include the name of your anti-virus software in the lines "DO NOT DELETE THOSE LINKS".
Another good software program for working with start-up items is ccleaner which is free also you will speed up your computer as well two for the price of no money out of pocket. Get to know this software because it has loads of benefits I have used it for several years and I just never have start-up issues at all. Most folks do not know these little tweaks. So once you clear out some of that junk start-up stuff you will be amazed at the speed improvement of your boot. Also you can control pops at the boot such as the one your experiencing now.
Also you can download I use Spy-bot Search and Destroy this also is free to use works well will spyware and ad-ware intrusions Click Here to download it. I hope that this assisted you thanks for using FixYa! John
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
If you're getting this whenever you boot up to windows, just disable it from your startup.
Go to start > Run
Go to startup tab.
Disable everything (except for your antivirus, wireless, or any other application that you recognize and need in startup. Anything else in there that you don't recognize, you can just disable).
Click on apply, OK.
Reboot your pc.
If you get a window when you reboot, just tick on do not show this message again.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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