Programs selected to be ran at boot have a delayed start w7x64

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y31vucZUxlg&feature=youtu.be

I made a video that shows what exactly is happening.

Hello everyone.

I came here for help, In fact there is a quite annoying thing that just started happening today, the video and the post's title should be good enough to describe my problems.

I've got a more-than-decent setup, which includes;

12GB of ram (3x4),
an i5 3570k,
a 840 Evo SSD for my W7 Ultimate x64.

My msconfig settings seem to be fine though. I'm not sure about wether or not the problem could be coming from a malicious program; Attempting to fix ths problem, I already did multiple full scans, rootkit scans etc. with Spybot S&D, Adwcleaner and Malwarebytes. I'm pretty sure this is a minor thing - but I also cleaned the registry from errors using CCleaner.

Any piece of help will greatly be appreciated.

Thanks.

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To help you and prescribe the remedy, I must make a diagnostic and to do so, I require a report.

1. Open this link and download ZHPDiag2 :
https://nicolascoolman.eu
(Don't be alarmed is the site is in French, it sometimes happens, the tool will take your system language and allow the download if you get a warning message, ignore it.)

2. Save the file on your Desktop.

3. Double click on ZHPDiag.exe and follow the installation instructions.

(For Vista and Win 7 and 8 users, click right to ensure you execute with admin right)


4. Double click on the short cut ZHPDiag on your Destktop.

5. If you need to change the language, click on the little house, (bottom right) and change to English

6. Click on Full.

Wait for the tool to finished (maybe a long time)

7. Close ZHPDiag.

8. To transmit the report, click on this link :

https://authentification.site

9. Search the directory where you installed ZHPDiag (usually C:\desktop\zhpdiag.txt).
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