Seems like you still have some startup references. I would start regedit and search for dwm and delete everything that's related to it. Doing changes to the registry yourself can be quite dangerous but in this case I think it's quite safe. If you feel a bit stressed up about it post the keys that you find to be reviewed here before deleting them.
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Unfortunately, there's quite a host of possibilities to auto-start programs under Windows, and they're not all related to the registry. Looks like you have at least not found all the references to the program in question.
Fortunately, OTOH, the Sysinternals Suite contains a tool named Autoruns that probably covers all the auto-start possibilities (you'll be amazed how many there are), or at least the vast majority of them. The tool doesn't only allow you to search all the auto-start possibilities at once for your program, you can also delete the respective auto-start(s) right away.
You don't need to download and unpack the entire Suite to use Autoruns; the tool is available separately at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s...rnals/bb963902 where you'll also find documentation on it. Autoruns.exe works without installation by simply double-clicking it. You can even run Autoruns directly from the web page without explicitly downloading it at all before; the link to that is right below the download link. (I don't post a direct link to the executable here since that probably would violate some forum policy, or perhaps one of the Sysinternals site... )
It should be noted that the Sysinternals Suite definitely is not meant for beginners, rather for (really) advanced users, developers and admins. But the Autoruns tool is one of the simpler ones out of the suite and probably can be really helpful here.
Originally Posted by Koellert
This one looks mostly harmless. It probably won't have any adverse effect at all, perhaps not even any noticeabe effect. And, as some MRU list entry that it seems to be, most likely will disappear silently on its own after some time anyway.
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