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    ok, so how exactly do i do that? im not real sure how to create and .exe file in my startup....

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    The program that you want to run almost certainly starts with an .exe file. Locate this file in Windows explorer. Have all of the + signs clicked to show the following path:
    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

    Right click on the .exe file you want to run and drag it to the above startup folder. When you release the right mouse button, a menu will appear. Select "create shortcut here". When you reboot, the program should start.

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    woohoo it worked...hooray! thx!

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    Dude ure ment to say Shibby:laugh:
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    that was a very nice way to do it bigjackusa. :thumb:

    what i usually do is to add a "String Value" in registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\Run.
    then name that string anything you like and then put the path of the .exe file as the value of that string!
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