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Is it Samsung SSD Magician.exe? That's their drive suite and I don't think you can let it run automatically. It tries to run at boot up but needs administrator approval, and that's what the box is I'm almost certain. I'm not sure if you need it open to run RAPID or not, but I have no use for it so I just went into system config and disabled it.
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yes, that's the program. i turned the windows notification off so i didn't have to see it. not sure that's a smart move, but right now, it's how i solved it. i might uninstall the program later on.
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newegg has a 240gig seagate unit for a pretty good price http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820248016
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yes, that's the program. i turned the windows notification off so i didn't have to see it. not sure that's a smart move, but right now, it's how i solved it. i might uninstall the program later on.

Start menu -> "config" -> Enter -> Startup Tab -> Manufacturer -> scroll down to "Samsung Electronics." and disable it. Problem solved!
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