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Taskbar issue

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I am currently in the process of writing a program that was intended to auto-install virtual clonedrive then reboot, then after reboot it will load an iso onto the drive to begin installing additional programs. The idea intended is to make a 1 stop shop for reinstalling all my programs for when i get my new computer. The issue I am having is that virtual clone drive doesnt pop a window up. When it runs it just stays on the task bar. Then to load an iso you have to right click on it to open the load iso option or settings option. The problem is that I am rather new to using Autoit and don't know the command to use. Any assistance would be much appreciated.

Also, if there are any similar programs available then could you please mention those so i can use them instead perhaps, or use them as an informative tool?

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The taskbar is just a ToolbarWindow32 control on the Shell_TrayWnd desktop window (in XP, easy to check if it changed in Vista\7). The functions in the _GuiCtrlToolbar_* area of the help file work on it. There are examples in the help file with those functions, and numerous examples have been posted on the forum for searching.

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The taskbar is just a ToolbarWindow32 control on the Shell_TrayWnd desktop window (in XP, easy to check if it changed in Vista\7). The functions in the _GuiCtrlToolbar_* area of the help file work on it. There are examples in the help file with those functions, and numerous examples have been posted on the forum for searching.

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Thanks for the info. I guess I am just blind as I spent close to 2 hours looking for a command or other alternative

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