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    Exclamation i760 & Vista: How to prevent Vista from loading MS Sync Center on Startup

    Hi Guys, I have had the i760 for quite a while, and am extremely happy with it (ordered it the first morning it became available on VZW).

    What I am not happy with is the fact that Vista loads up MS Sync Center on start up. And I can't make it stop. I've researched this online, and there are no solutions. Of course I can stop it running, but it will upload on the next start up. I want to remove i760 from Sync partnerships and it doesn't allow me.

    Anyone has an idea how to prevent MS SC from loading up? Thanks in advance... S

    PS: I don't connect with my I760 to my Vista desktop, I have a laptop running XP that I use for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVA View Post
    Hi Guys, I have had the i760 for quite a while, and am extremely happy with it (ordered it the first morning it became available on VZW).

    What I am not happy with is the fact that Vista loads up MS Sync Center on start up. And I can't make it stop. I've researched this online, and there are no solutions. Of course I can stop it running, but it will upload on the next start up. I want to remove i760 from Sync partnerships and it doesn't allow me.

    Anyone has an idea how to prevent MS SC from loading up? Thanks in advance... S

    PS: I don't connect with my I760 to my Vista desktop, I have a laptop running XP that I use for that.
    I use a program called TUT-- The Ultimate Trouble Shooter to control my start-up applications and processes. I use XP but I think they have one for Vista as well. Do not use msconfig start-up manager if you use TUT though. The combination of using both can have disastrous consequences (or so they claim) AnswersThatWork - PC Tuning & Troubleshooting, HelpDesk, Computer Tips & Solutions TUT has resulted in a much faster boot for me as well by eliminating unnecessary start-ups.

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    Thanks for your comment. But I rather not download a software for this. Anyone else? Thanks, S

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    If you kill the connection types - like USB - it will not try to connect.

    If you have it connected (first) you should be able to kill the partnership... then kill the USB connection type.

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    That did it, by having the i760 connected, then you can cancel the "partnership" and make is go away. brilliant. thanks... S

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