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Every time I boot into Windows, Raid call automatically starts.

Is there a way to stop Raid Call starting whenever I boot up my computer?

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I don't think I've ever heard of Raid Call before. What does it do? –  fbueckert Feb 21 '13 at 1:07
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This is definitely on topic @ superuser.se, but just want to ask, have you tried disabling it via msconfig? –  deutschZuid Feb 21 '13 at 2:21
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@cloudymusic The same could probably be said (strictly speaking) about mumble, teamspeak, or just about any audio VoIP-for-groups software. The question then becomes whether or not this particular software is popular enough in the gaming community that we could expect relevant expertise here. This question is definitely good for Super User but, if it's well-known and popular in the gaming community, I would say questions about this software are no less on-topic here than the aforementioned others. –  Iszi Feb 21 '13 at 2:22
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@Iszi: I wouldn't have guessed that Mumble or Teamspeak questions would be on-topic at AQ either (heck, why not allow game-agnostic Skype questions then?), but since they apparently are, I'd imagine that this should also be allowed in that case. –  cloudymusic Feb 21 '13 at 2:43
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As per Kioskea:

  • Click the options button in the top right, then select System Settings.

Options Menu

  • Go to the General Tab, then uncheck "Automatically start RaidCall on Windows startup"

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I'll give it a try. I'll let you know when I got the results. Thanks for the reply in advance =) –  Michel Ayres Feb 21 '13 at 12:30

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