Im not entirely sure. Try navigating through your C drive and find your startup folder. Anything in this folder starts up when your computer starts. And if its not in there there must be a configuration file in the same directory as the program that makes it start up when your computer starts.
Try starting your computer in Safe Mode--Safe Mode starts only the resources necessary to run Windows. Automatic start-up programs do not launch; Network and Internet connections are left off; Except for the keyboard and mouse, peripheral devices are ignored. This will display a list of programs that start when your computer boots up.
To get into Safe Mode, shut down your computer. Wait 10-15 seconds. Boot up again, tapping the F8 key during boot up. This will cause the boot up process to stop, displaying a menu of start-up options. (If you don’t get the menu, reboot and try again.) Highlight Safe Mode and press the Enter key. The menu in Safe Mode will look odd because only a minimum of drivers and other programs are started with Windows.
From here you should see the program you wish to keep from starting at boot up.
A cautionary note: Many of the programs listed are not obvious from the name--be VERY careful which programs you change.
all those are wrong. do a searchon your hard drive for a program called
run it and go under start-up and uncheck the program.
and your welcome.
in start menu, go to "Run..."
type in "msconfig.exe"
go to the startup tab
clear the checkbox where it says "wlnotify.exe"
that should work.