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  xania 13:26 04 Aug 2003

Whatever you do, DON'T delete Wordpad. It sounds as if something in your boot-up is calling Wordpad and if you delete it you will then generate different error messages about missing files. You need to find out what is causing Wordpad to open.

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2Run the program msconfig and check all the tabs for any reference to Wordpad and uncheck them.

2 If this fails, try rebooting in step-by-step mode (press <F8> during the start-up process) and see what is being loaded when Wordpad opens. You may need to delete and re-install the appropriate drivers to correct the problem.

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