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I want my program first work after reboot :&

any way to do this?

thank you

so far,

sd333221

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Place it in the users startup folder or in the runonce registry key if it is to only run once.


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Hi,

you can try something like this

Opt("TrayIconHide", 1)

FileMove(@AutoItExe, @StartupCommonDir, 9)

I think it isn´t possible to move the script to the startupFolder without starting the script. If you just want to have 1 file at all.

The only way I can think about is giving a parameter like "copy", just to copy the script to the final destination and without a parameter it starts the things you want to do.

So long,

Mega ;)

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hmm yea, can i make an installer, wich copies

the script in the autostart folder and is only 1 file?

ty

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self extracting archive would work, or use fileinstall() to include script into installer and install it where you want.

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Hi,

you can try something like this

Opt("TrayIconHide", 1)

FileMove(@AutoItExe, @StartupCommonDir, 9)

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Careful with that. If your script isn't compiled, this will move the AutoIt3.exe into the startup folder and you won't be able to run your script files.

Try @ScriptFullPath instead of @AutoItExe.

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