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OS 10.4 - weird finder problem at login

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Occasionally when I log into OSX I get 1 or 2 finder windows that show up under home computer.

I checked start up items and only iTunes Helper is in there.

I recently updated to 10.4.10 (used the latest version combo update)

I deleted finder preferences twice and so far it hasn't resolved the problem. Not sure what else could cause this. Screenshot is attached.

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