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« on: April 23, 2004, 04:02:11 PM »

Operating System Version:millenium
Problem Application Name & Version:dial up
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:-\when i boot up the dial up for my isp keeps popping up as soon as the desktop loads have checked setting but can not seem to find the reason why its doing it anybody know?

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« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2004, 09:08:19 PM »

Hi Mike,

Which setting did you check?  Was it in the Connections Tab in Internet Options?  If so and all is well there, you might want to run a scan and see if you have any spyware.  If you have spyware it could be trying to "call home" when you boot up.  Download, install, update and run Spybot S & D and allow it to fix anything it finds that is marked in red.  Also use the Immunize feature within the program.

You might also consider downloading, updating and running A Squared to see if you have any trojans.  It is free and can locate, disable and remove a trojan if it finds one.



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