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folder displayed on start up..

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for some reason when windos starts it shows my sound card folder.. its really annoying.. and that option to stop that folder form comming up isnt in msconfig.. at least i cant find it..

aside from deleting the folder what can i do to stop it comming up
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Folder? What do you mean?
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Have you checked the Startup folder in your start menu? Also, have you looked at the Run registry entries for local machine and local user? You're bound to find something in one of those places.
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done looked in startup folder... but registry.. where i look for run registery value for a folder?
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