mr. z
1 Copper

system32

each time i load up my computer i get the 'system32' folder pop up. Why is this? and how do i get rid of this?
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Denny Denham
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Re: system32

mr z.,

On several systems recently, this problem has been caused by a line on the startup tab of msconfig. Go to Start|Run|type msconfig and click OK. On the startup tab, look for /L:ENG. If found, uncheck it. That entry is associated with the SB Audigy 2.

To remove the entry from the Startup tab go to Programs|Creative|Sound Blaster|Audigy 2|Welcome Message. Check “Do not show this again.”

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spinjam
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Re: system32

Denny

 

Thanks for the excellent advice

I to was having this problem and have solved it using your tip to remove this line from my startup tab in msconfig.

Could you please put my mind at rest and tell me if this will affect my soundcard/system performance now or in the future, wether i will need to put it back in the startup tab in the future and if so how do i do this

Thanks again mate

Spinjam

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JRosenfeld
5 Rhenium

Re: system32

No removing it has no effect on how the Audigy sound card or related software performs.

Precision Tower 5810, Quadcore Intel Xeon E5-1630 v3, 3700 MHz
RAM:16 GB PC6400 DDR4 SDRAM 1066MHz
HDD: 2x ATA  ST500DM002-1BD14 500GB SATA non RAID
DVD:HL-DT-ST DVD+-RW GTA0N SCSI and PLDS DVD+-RW DH-16AES SCSI
Video: nVIDIA Quadro K4200 PCIe 4GB
Audio: Recon3D PCIe, Altec Lansing ADA995 5.1 speakers
Monitor: Dell E2011H

7.1 pro sp1 64 bit

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spinjam
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Re: system32

thanks for the confirmation
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