I will try my best to answer questions on Windows 2000 (x86/x64), Windows XP (x86/x64), Windows Vista (x86/x64). I will probably be able to answer questions involving hardware and device drivers. I've had experience with multi boot environments (2 or more OS on a single pc), recovering from crashes, managing virtual memory. Just drop me a line and chances are I'll be able to help you or direct you to some one who can.
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Well, you don't have to. You can get rid of the error message prompt by disabling the item from startup. And either ways, it certainly doesn't affect the system's performance. To remove the item from startup
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