Somebody knows about this problem?

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Try booting from your install disk and running Disk Utility - repair permissions.
 
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doesn't work....

Thank you for your answer,
I've repair the permission booting from the installing disk...
then I restarted the computer and the message still appearing...:\
Somebody knows what can I do?
Thank you,
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2017 27" iMac, 10.5" iPad Pro, iPhone 8, iPhone 11, iPhone 12 Mini, Numerous iPods, Monterey
There's probably something that is still in your Startup folder that's causing problems and it may be hidden. You can try unhiding the files to see if anything is there. Do this:

Launch Utilities/Terminal and enter:

defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles YES

press enter

To revert back to hiding files enter this in Terminal:

defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles NO

press enter
 
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Also be aware that there may be another Startup Items folder in your home Library folder.
 
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I went to Terminal and did it...
I found a folder into the StartUpItems... I deleted... shutdown the computer..
but the message still appearing...
Is an another option?
Or is better to format my computer?
Thank you,
 

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