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Posted: January 12th, 2011, 2:20pm Report to Moderator
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I get doubled apps of win software on opening.  And, no auto start up on WinRescue.  Should I remove/reinstall the whole trio of A1-RegVac-WinXP-Speedstart up~?  I did something somewhere wrong and now~????
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Posted: January 12th, 2011, 4:44pm Report to Moderator
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   Our company name is not WinSoftware.  There is a WinSoftware but it is not associated with us.  Our company name is Super Win Software, Inc.
   When our programs are run, they check to see if they are in the Startup folder, if not and they are set to run automatically, they will put themselves in the Startup folder.  I would assume that you have them set up to run in Speed Startup too.  That accounts for the double apps.  Speed Startup should check the Startup folder and delete the ones that it has to run before it runs them, so you should not end up with the programs running twice.  I don't know why you are.
   WinRescue probably does not start because it is set to run daily or weekly and the day or week is not over yet.
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