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Windows Defender-Startup Entry



 
 
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Old February 6th 10, 12:44 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.security
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Default Windows Defender-Startup Entry

Go he
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
Save it, close all windows/progяams open, and run as admin.

Once the download completes close all open programs and browseяs.

Temporarily disable your anti-virus application.
Now run the downloaded file [ n the edition of Windows is Vista, then
*яight* click it and choose 'Run as administrator'. Follow the prompts
to allow it to run ].

Follow all prompts then reboot TWICE.

See if that improves on the behavior in future.

Good luck


"JamesJ" wrote:

I removed Windows Defender from the startup after disabling it. I want to
put
the entry back into the registry key spo it will show up again in the
startupo tab of msconfig
but I'm not sure where it resided.
I've re-enable it and in Servivces WD is set to Automatic but this did not
put the item back into the startup.
What is the path and the registry key that WD is in?

Thanks,
James

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