Autstart programs Which can get out

  • Hallo,
    I bought a new Läppi (Toshiba Satellite L650). And leave it as it is for now, because I want to test it first.
    But since there are so many programs in the autostart now, I don't know which ones I can disable. I use the CCleaner.

    Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit.
    Attached is a text file with the startup programs.

  • Hallo,
    thank you for your reply.


    Yes McAfee wanted to uninstall. Then tend towards AVG. I think it's free and really good. Or something better in mind?


    Then to the autostarts. I wanted to use all the hardware that is installed.


    But not really features from Toshiba. Because I don't actually use them.


    So I don't know what can and can't go.


    Is there actually a way to get the Windows version free and legal. Do I have the number?


    gruß
    Go

  • What do you mean by that exactly?


    I bought the laptop with the operating system. But there's always a lot of crap on it that you don't need.


    That's why I wanted to install the pure operating system, without the bells and whistles that are always included.
    You can uninstall everything and then make a backup, but you'll still end up with dead bodies.


    I once saw that Microsoft offers Windows XP for download (but I don't remember where). Is this also available for Windows 7 Home Premium 64.bit?

  • Here's a link, but I can't give you any guarantees about the link and ISO.
    So download at your own risk ;).


    Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit version
    http://msft-dnl.digitalriverco…b/X15-65733/X15-65733.iso


    According to the url it looks like a Vista version but is under Win 7. You should use a download manager for the download. Up until now you could still start the download.

  • Here's a link, but I can't give you any guarantees about the link and ISO.
    So download at your own risk ;).


    Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit version
    http://msft-dnl.digitalriverco…b/X15-65733/X15-65733.iso


    According to the url it looks like a Vista version but is under Win 7. You should use a download manager for the download. Up until now you could still start the download.


    This is the English version.


    Found something here Microsoft improves: ISO image for students - Page 2 - ForumBase


    Hope this is legal.


    What can get out of the autostart now? Can someone help me?

  • In principle, everything that you do not want to load automatically can be found in Autostart. You can safely test this with CCleaner. Go to the rubric Extras and disable (not delete) all on JA in the column enabled standing entries, restart and see if you are missing something. You can do this in the same way with the button Enable cancel.


    gruß
    Manni

  • There is one thing you should pay attention to before you change anything in the operating system. If you can no longer restore the original condition (laptop does not start up), the guarantee may be void. Mainboard, hard drive or power supply defective and it happened. Your decision.
    I have a Sony laptop (Vaio). I stressed him for 3 months, then I had a friend burn Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit and installed it. (The bios remains almost as it is). My original key unlocked the whole thing and it works perfectly. It is legal! You take the drivers for graphics and sound cards etc. from the original CD (right-click to open the CD drive) or note down the hardware from the original device manager and download the drivers from the Internet. The advantage of the whole story: the registry is virgin and the operating system is lean.
    In the autostart I only have 3 programs: a desktop calendar, an antivirus program with a firewall and a Trojan checker. And even those could be started with a double click after booting up the PC.
    Another tip: With Windows 7 Loader you can equip several PCs with one Win 7 CD. However, this is illegal!
    And especially when you start your car: all of them

  • In principle, anything can come out in autostart, ......


    Thanks for your answer. I'll take a look too. But I think I'm rebooting the system. Isr then nice and clean and the way I want it to be.

  • Something you should consider before you change anything on the operating system......


    Thank you for your detailed reply.
    But I can't imagine that the guarantee will expire if I can't restore the original condition.


    Because of the drivers, I still have a question. If I have reinstalled the system, can I search for drivers on the backup CD? Have I understood that correctly?


    gruß
    Go

  • I have one more question before I set up the system again.


    On the partition D is a folder (HDDRecovery) 8,04GB and a file R12510GR.tag. What is this for and can I delete this then?


    gruß
    Go

  • Quote

    I bought a new Läppi (Toshiba Satellite L650).


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    On the partition D is a folder (HDDRecovery) 8,04GB in size


    This is the Toshiba recovery partition.

    Acer Aspire Quad Q9300 2,5 GHz
    750 GB HDD
    Ram 4 GB
    Vista Home Premier. SP2 64-bit

  • Helloween is right, it's recovery. I flattened them too. My lap looks like this: C 24GB total, 9GB free and is only for Windows. Partition D is for the programs (the install path is D: / Programs), for your own files and everything else. I've been using this configuration for years on the desktop PC and the Läppi. I have the drivers on the hard drive and on CD.
    System-reserved 100MB (70MB free) appear in Control Panel / Administration / Computer Management / Disk Management, but they don't lift me. That seems to be the flattened recovery.
    The whole thing has several advantages: After reinstalling Windows, all files are on the D, no losses, some programs (I would even say many) just continue to run without reinstalling. No reinstallation, no registry entries. Although the Windows uninstallation routine is missing for these programs, I use Revo-Uninstaller if necessary. Let me now make a claim: Revo is more effective.
    And there is another advantage: I only install programs that are no longer running when I need them. The latest version is searched for on the Internet beforehand.
    Have fun digesting.

  • Hello people,
    first of all thanks for your help.


    I installed Windows 7 Home 64 bit cleanly. Goes great. Better than before, with all that promotional stuff.
    I can only recommend. Download and register with your own key.


    Now the next problem. Office 2007. I have 2 users. But I only want to take one with me to the new Läppi. Windows Easy Transfer takes both with you. do you have a tip for me?


    Thank you
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