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PC Start up problems

Following a major crash, HDD wipe and XP re-install I now have a pop up window on start up telling me to insert the Blueyonder (ISP provider) installation disc. I don't need this but cannot permanantly get rid of the message. I can close it down but it reappears on start up every time. I've run the registry cleaner with my Bitdefender Security suite and been all through my start up menu's but nothing works. Any ideas?

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  • Canary94 Aug 28, 2008

    no option to untick Blueyonder in msconfig so still no solution!

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Click start, then in start search type run, then click on run in the list.

Type msconfig then enter, choose start up tab and untick blueyonder, then apply then restart pc

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