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AIDA64 does not start with Win7 Prof.

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origando    0

I've been using AIDA64 for years. Automatic start with windowsa is activated. This worked fine by now. But now it doesn't any more.

I have not changed anything in my OS.

What is wrong?

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Fiery    298

Using Win7's Task Scheduler please check if you have the scheduled task for AIDA64 properly configured and enabled. Let me know what can you find out.

Thanks,

Fiery

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origando    0

Using Win7's Task Scheduler please check if you have the scheduled task for AIDA64 properly configured and enabled. Let me know what can you find out.

Thanks,

Fiery

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Fiery    298

No, I meant to ask you to start Win7's Task Scheduler application and verify if AIDA64's entry is there among other tasks. Please let me know if you need instructions on how to do that.

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origando    0

No, I meant to ask you to start Win7's Task Scheduler application and verify if AIDA64's entry is there among other tasks. Please let me know if you need instructions on how to do that.

Thanks for your help.

Aida is not in the Task Scheduler. When I try to open it the message pops up "unable to open Task Scheduler".

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origando    0

Open services.msc and set Task Scheduler to automatic

Task Scheduler is already set automatc. Nevertheless the system continues to tell me "unable to open Task Scheduler"

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Fiery    298

You need to have Task Scheduler fully operational. AIDA64 uses the Windows API for Task Scheduler to create a scheduled task that launches AIDA64 at Windows boot.

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origando    0

You need to have Task Scheduler fully operational. AIDA64 uses the Windows API for Task Scheduler to create a scheduled task that launches AIDA64 at Windows boot.

I know! But have no idea how to get it operational. My search in various forums did not help.

Perhaps I have to reinstall an older backup image.

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