Printing Results and Tabs From Doing A msconfig Run; How Please ?

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Robert11, Dec 31, 2008.

  1. Robert11

    Robert11 Guest


    Ran msconfig from the RUN command box, and went to the Startup Tab.

    Zillions of items.

    Would like to send this list to a friend who's pretty sharp with this stuff
    for his opinions on.

    Is there any way I can Print the list, or do a COPY on it and include in a
    WORD document/3-mail to send him.

    Doesn't seem any way of cprinting, copying, or highlighting all the lines to

    Is there ?

    Robert11, Dec 31, 2008
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  2. Well, let's see, the time you've waited for a response you could have banged
    out all startups listed into notepad.
    O1-3-2-1-4-Vynylphenyl-Phenethylamino-EsterO-4-Car, Dec 31, 2008
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    chuckcar Guest

    Open msconfig. Click on startup. Open notepad. move the windows and resize
    notepad so they don't over lap. Start typing what you see in startup.
    Note: you don't need *any* on them running for windows itself to work.
    chuckcar, Dec 31, 2008
  4. I do believe thers a "print screen" key on yer keybord, mate.

    Try that.
    §ñühw¤£f, Dec 31, 2008
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    Evan Platt Guest

    Yes there is.

    Ignore chucktard, he's an idiot.


    - Scroll down and click "System Information"
    - Under "Sysinternals System Information Utilities"
    - click "Autoruns"

    In the "View" menu, choose what is to appear in the output.
    When the scan is complete, save the scan results to a text file
    via "File" menu > "Save as...".
    Evan Platt, Dec 31, 2008
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    VanguardLH Guest

    Robert11 wrote:

    Once you follow Evan's advice on using AutoRuns to list out the
    entries, you could post it to a newsgroup to get help. Since you are
    using Windows, you might try posting the startup list in<yourversion>.general (you'll have to fill in
    the <version> part since you didn't mention it here). Details help when
    asking for help, like what software you installed. A filename doesn't
    always indicate for what program it belongs. A path might help identify
    the program but not it got dumped in the Windows folder or a subfolder.
    VanguardLH, Dec 31, 2008
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    Evan Platt Guest

    Evan Platt, Dec 31, 2008
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    Pennywise Guest

    Apparently. He's either boning up for a good XP is the same as Win98
    fight - or trying one of those speed courses - Learning to Read.

    As he needs answer the thought provoking message asked of him:

    From: "Beauregard T. Shagnasty" <>
    Subject: Re: dailup urgh com port
    Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2008 19:05:34 -0500
    Message-ID: <gjboke$81s$>
    Pennywise, Jan 1, 2009
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