removing FB from startup - Windows 7

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barryman
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removing FB from startup - Windows 7

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How do I stop FB from starting up as my bootup time needs speeding up. I have already unchecked all boxes in Options/Startup but when I boot up I see in Task Manager that a file called btray.exe"32 is starting up and delaying boot up/. How do I stop this from loading??

Thanks for any help.

Adrian (Softland)
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Re: removing FB from startup - Windows 7

Post by Adrian (Softland) »

Hi,

On Windows 7, please press Start button, type: msconfig and press Enter
A new window will appear. Go to Startup tab and see if there is any entry for FBackup.

barryman
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Re: removing FB from startup - Windows 7

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I have already done that. I uncheck in msconfig / startup and all is ok until I next run FB and it places the file btray.exe back in the startup list!!! I've also unchecked all boxes in FB Options/Startup. What can I do to stop it reloading into startup whenever I use the program?? It seems to use 30,000k of memory

barryman
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Re: removing FB from startup - Windows 7

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Forgot to add - the description of the file says it's a FBackup - Taskbar notifier

Adrian (Softland)
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Re: removing FB from startup - Windows 7

Post by Adrian (Softland) »

Hi,

Please go to File->Options->Startup and uncheck the "Show tray icon" option.
Press OK.
Do you still have the problem?

barryman
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Re: removing FB from startup - Windows 7

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yes, yes, yes, I have done all of that and it disappeared from the startup list in Msconfig. But as I have explained, as soon as I open up FBackup for use, it sticks the file btray right back in there!!!! It says Taskbar notifier in the description.

So now what???

Adrian (Softland)
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Re: removing FB from startup - Windows 7

Post by Adrian (Softland) »

Hi,

Try to enable and disable the option back.

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