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Old 02-27-2006, 09:51 PM   #11 (permalink)
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or must i do the scandisk and defrag beforehand?
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scan then defrag
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lol ok
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then i must install my updates?
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well? must i scan n defrag and then install my updates or is it ok if i install updates and then run scandisk and defrag???
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Originally posted by Warez Monster
Go to Start > Run and type msconfig in the Open: box
On the General tab, uncheck all items listed under Selective startup (make sure that Selective startup is selected)
Hit apply and OK and restart Windows
This starts Windows with only the basics running; Insures nothing will interfere with ScanDisk and Defrag
Run ScanDisk and Defrag, when ready go into msconfig and select Normal startup and restart Windows
hmm so i musy uncheck all those options in listed in Selective startup. it lists some .ini stuff. will it be ok if i uncheck it in the tick box!???
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