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    Question WIN2k Simple question.

    New to 2000. Where are the start up options found in win98's MSCONFIG?

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    hawk, use RegCleaner for that. It is a nice program, you'll like it.

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    Smile Thanks

    Takiwa,
    Thanks, downloaded it. I'll post again after trying it out.
    Again thanks alot.

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    You can also grab MSConfig off of somebody and use it in Win2k.
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    You can also grab MSConfig off of somebody and use it in Win2k.
    I was wondering where you were on this one...

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    Question grab it off someone?

    Regcleaner works fine. What do you mean grab it off someone and use it? I have 98se on another box.

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    Yea just grab the file from Win98 and copy to 2k
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