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Frank D. Hubeny
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Install to PC

Hello Group;

I just found a feature of AutoStart that I realy do like. You can install it to your PC. Then on start up the icon is already in the system tray. You plug the drive in and you are off and runing.

Is this feature avaliable with Johns. I know you can make a short cut but on net worked drives on start up the shortcut does not seem to work after a cold boot. The AutoSart featue does.

I am asking about this because not all of us run a PC where the autorun feature works.

Frank D. Hubeny

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Yeh,

it's a nice little feature that, it allows me to have it installed no my home PC's but still work at school.

Yours

Steve Lamerton

Frank D. Hubeny
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Nice Touch

It is a very lovely feature. I use it at home and at work now that I know about it. I like the fact that once the usb device is seen you can just click and go.

Frank D. Hubeny

BillDrew
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How do we set it up?

Nice comments but can someone tell me how to do it?

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Hello BillDrew; If you are

Hello BillDrew;

If you are asking about AutoStart. Just click on the menue item "install to PC"

Frank D. Hubeny

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What menu?

What menu are you talking about?

Ryan McCue
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AutoStart

AutoStart is part of the Libertà Project. Get it from AutoStart's page.
Also, the way Renè coded it, it's very complicated because only 1 instance is always running, new ones latch on to the existing process.
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