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Old August 22nd 09, 09:43 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.messenger
zombiepower
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Default WinLive Messenger OPENS BY ITSELF


I have windows live messenger, and every time I load up my computer it
opens. So unchecked it from the startup list on "msconfig" and restarted
my computer as prompted. Yet, there it is again. I checked msconfig, and
messenger was checked to start up on the startup list, even though I
unchecked it...

Also, after exiting messenger by right clicking the icon in system tray
and selecting close, it will open by itself again about 10 minutes
later.

It does not always open again, but mostly it will. When it does, the
window does not pop up, just the icon in the system tray will appear
showing that the application has been opened somehow...

Can someone explain to me why my messenger is being naughty?
Thanks


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