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BP
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      04-27-2008
I've got the feeling that there must be something simple I've
overlooked, but how do I make a program autorun? I can use msconfig to
prevent one from autoruning, but I'd want to do the opposite of that.


 
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Colin Barnhorst
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      04-27-2008
Do you mean autorunning when you insert a cd or do you mean running at
system start?

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> I've got the feeling that there must be something simple I've overlooked,
> but how do I make a program autorun? I can use msconfig to prevent one
> from autoruning, but I'd want to do the opposite of that.
>
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S.SubZero
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      04-27-2008
You can add it to the registry.

In Vista x64 it's HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE->SOFTWARE->Microsoft->Windows-
>Current Version->Run.


Or if you want it just for a user, put it in the Startup folder.
 
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BP
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      04-27-2008


Sorry for the confusion. I'm talking about when the system starts. There
are a couple programs, such as NewProxy, that I use evey day and I'd just
as soon have then load and run when the system is started.

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> Do you mean autorunning when you insert a cd or do you mean running at
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> "BP" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>> I've got the feeling that there must be something simple I've overlooked,
>> but how do I make a program autorun? I can use msconfig to prevent one
>> from autoruning, but I'd want to do the opposite of that.
>>
>>

 
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