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Windows 7: How to Automate ASC 4?

13 Mar 2011   #1
AlexRD

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
How to Automate ASC 4?

I want to know how can i automate the running process of Deep Care.

I have already searched the folder, but it doesn't have the Deep Care shortcut. I have to run ASC 4 and from the main menu open Deep Care, and then select Scan and Repair. I wanted a shortcut that goes to Scan and Repair, and to end itself when its finished. I tried as a command line /AUTO, /SILENT and /QUIET but nothing.

Same thing goes for tuneup. I know how to do it, but i have to run a task directly from CMD. How do i run a task from task scheduler manually, from CMD?

Also, the argument to run tuneup automatic is $(Arg0) . how do i put that in the shortcut? i tried "filepath" /$(Arg0) but nothing.


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13 Mar 2011   #2
AlexRD

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

I managed to discover the auto care thing, all you have to do is add a parameter with /autorun and all works fine.


But now the tuneup solution is killing me. The $(Arg0) thing is killing me. only solution would be to manually run the task from CMD. How do i do that?
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