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continue script after multiple reboots

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Hi

I am trying to automate a benchmark which reboots multiple times before it finishes. Could anybody tell me if they have used

AutoIt before for automating similar things?

Thanks,

Raj

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what do you mean ? Start the script on start up and then know how if its the first time the script start or the second... ?

Cheers, FireFox.


 

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@sagdude

what do you mean ? Start the script on start up and then know how if its the first time the script start or the second... ?

Cheers, FireFox.

Hi!

Yes. The benchmark I am talking about is worldbench. Once we start it, it basically reboots multiple times running a new test after every reboot. I want the AutoIt script to launch the benchmark and keep track of it until its done and close it once its done.

Thanks,

Raj

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Reading and writing from/to the registry or a file?

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Reading and writing from/to the registry or a file?

Thanks. I will try this approach.

Raj

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You can either put a key in the CURRENT_USER or the LOCAL_MACHINE in the Software\Microsoft\CurrentVersion\Run folder. Else the startup folder in the Program files is another easy way to load programs on boot up.


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