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Posted on 16-09-05 20:00
Is there anyway to automatically open up file(s) on startup of Windows XP?

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Posted on 17-09-05 07:41
yeah there is i don't know how. but i got a freind who made a program at school via batch to kill usefullbackground.exe (made it so you can't change the background) and he messed with the start up commands or something to automatically open up that program. thats all i know. sorry i couldn't help more.


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Posted on 17-09-05 10:30
put the file in the All Users startup folder.

or, add it to the windows/current version/run registry.


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Posted on 17-09-05 17:39
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Posted on 17-09-05 17:50
Is there any way you can do this within CMD.exe?


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Posted on 17-09-05 20:07
yea, there are commands to edit the registry via CLI.

cant seem to recall ony of them atm... sorry :-/


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