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How do i unblock the programs vista blocks at start up?? (rivatuner)

also how do i turn automatic updates on??

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Automatic Updates are now in the control panel. Control Panel > Windows Update > Change Settings.

I'm not sure what you mean by the blocking programs thing, vista shouldn't block anything on startup?
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Automatic Updates are now in the control panel. Control Panel > Windows Update > Change Settings.

I'm not sure what you mean by the blocking programs thing, vista shouldn't block anything on startup?
When i start up vista i get a small icon on the tray and it says it has blocked some programs at start up....i have to allow them every time i turn on my computer......
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If you go into task scheduler you can set the program to run at start up and give it admin privileges. It effectively keeps it from being blocked. I'm not sure how to actually unblock it from their defender or whatever it is though.
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post #5 of 11
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If you go into task scheduler you can set the program to run at start up and give it admin privileges. It effectively keeps it from being blocked. I'm not sure how to actually unblock it from their defender or whatever it is though.

wheres the "Task Scheduler"??
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I was under the impression you could go to Start --> Run -> Type in -msconfig
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Disable UAC in msconfig
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post #8 of 11
Press the "Start" (Windows) button and then click "Control Panel". Click on "Security". Your problem is likely something to do with one of those options. I turn almost all the security options either "off" or to "low". If you're careful and know what you're doing, you shouldn't need a lot of them anyway.

EDIT: I believe mega_option101 may be correct. Disable UAC (User Account Control) by clicking "User Accounts and Family Safety" (lol) in the Control Panel, then "User Accounts". There should be an option to disable UAC there.
    
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I think that Windows Defender actually is what's blocking startup programs, either disable Windows Defender in the security center found in the control panel or just uninstall it, it's not that good anyway.
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post #10 of 11
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how can i go into msconfig in vista ??

edit: nvm found it

There is no UAC in my msconfig
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