My problem is quite simple. I have a Logitech G-19 keyboard and a piece of software called Aida64. Aida64 has a function that allows me to display readings in the G-19 keyboard LCD screen. When I start the computer without aida64 automatically starting ( logitech does ) I am able to later turn on aida64 manually and the aida64 lcd applet works. I have enabled aida64 in my logitech program folder to start alongside logitech, so that once the computer is turned on, I can either choose the Logitech applets or the aida64 applet which I designed ( It tells me such things as temps, vcore, rpms, diodes..important things to an overclocked system. Anyway the question is simple. Is there a way that when windows 7 starts up, Logitech processes start first, THEN aida64 processes, otherwise the aida64 applet does not function. I get an error, and this is quite common actually in G19 keyboards and Aida64. I have been to both forums ( Aida64 and Logitech ) and have been unable to find a solution. Their only solution is to reinstall the logitech software. I did that, nothing. Is there a way to control which process starts first? I am also sorry if I put this thread in the wrong section, wasn't sure if it was software or hardware question...I guess it's a bit of both.
P.S just occurred to me, something like a *delayed start for aida64 process*