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Topic # 56090 12-Jan-2010 07:31
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Hi

Whenever I start my Vista Computer I get this popup

"Xtra INstall Assistant"

How can I stop this... What is it?  I am on Woosh but was with Xtra.

Thank you




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  Reply # 289141 12-Jan-2010 08:05
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Is there anything in your programs and feautres, in the control panel?

If you use ccleaner/hijackthis do their uninstallers see anything?

Is this program in your start-up folder, or can you see it in the start-up list in either the programs above, or when you 'search' for msconfig in the start orb?

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  Reply # 289165 12-Jan-2010 09:26
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Check start up programmes



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  Reply # 289818 13-Jan-2010 21:30
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I couldn't find it in the startup folder

I also Look in System Configuration Utility in Services and Startup

It was not in Control Panel Add/remove either programs

Very mysterious




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  Reply # 289821 13-Jan-2010 21:41
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Have you checked with the applications I mentioned?


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  Reply # 289824 13-Jan-2010 21:54
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run -> type msconfig -> go to startup tab find the related service and deselect it.

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