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Sorry, but I still do not see the attachment section. But I did see the private message section, However; I do not know how to send the AutoRun file. I only see how to send pictures. 😞

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I am going to send you a private message. Please, check your messages (the envelope up there right near the Log Out button).

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Hello again,

 

I just did a search in  regedit and this is what I found. Could this possibly be what we are looking for?

 

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Hi,

 

I checked your Autoruns logs file and this is not present there.

 

What you point now in the last screenshot - yes, it seems to be that.

 

So, generally speaking - you have uninstalled this, it is with disabled mode , this entry does not "hurt" your system even if left alone this way. Microsoft - the Windows manufacturer does not recommend registry cleaning. I would recommend you do it only if you are sure what you are doing.

 

I think this is safe to delete the whole "folder" SetDefault under Shared Tools -> MSConfig -> startupreg.

Most probably this will clear it. There could be other entries as well - they can be searched in the registry.

 

I offered you something else in the private message - you can think about it and let me know.

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Hello again,

 

I followed your instructions and I deleted it  successfully in the registery and does not appear in msconfig. Thank you so much for your assistance. 🙂

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Hello,

 

Thank you for letting me know. I am glad this is solved now.

 

Thank you for your trust in HP. Feel free to post again if you face any other issues with your tech products.

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