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Hello: Everytime I start up my computer,a Note Pad box opens with this message in it. This started one day after, while firing up my machine, the keyboard slipped off the desk and I grapped it. I must have touched some keys during start up and now this message appears each time. Can you tell me what to do to stop it from appearing. Thank you "[.ShellClassInfo] LocalizedResourceName=@%SystemRoot%\system32\shell32.dll,-21787"

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It sounds like you may have accidently put something in the startup menu. Click on the start menu in the bottom left hand corner. Then click on all program. Then click on the startup folder. If this program is in there, then delete it. If not – you may have a Trojan that is causing this. Google Trojan scanners and download a free one and run it.

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