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Windows 7: Removal of delayed start of program

05 Jun 2017   #11
mdoc

Win7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Callender View Post
Would also suggest grabbing a copy of this:

Task Scheduler Viewer for Windows 10/7/8/Vista

You'd need the 64bit version. Download link near bottom of page. It's portable and runs without installation.

Right click and run as admin. Use Edit> Find (or Ctrl+F) and search tasks for the name of the program or "delay" to see if anything shows up.
Wow, lotta information, extends beyond even my dual monitors! No OneNote entry, though.


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05 Jun 2017   #12
Callender

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Okay I think you are either missing or need to update a missing Visual C++ redistributable package. If I remember correctly I've seen those errors on my own machine.
http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s...ps8vcowfwo.jpg
EDIT: Corrected image.

The easy way to update is grab a copy of UVK and run it (right click and run as admin)

On the System Repair tab use the following fix:
Removal of delayed start of program-uvk-vc-updates.jpg
A reboot will be needed. If that doesn't help you might need to uninstall all versions of VC++ and reinstall them.

It wouldn't hurt to launch the Autoruns tab in UVK and see what shows up.

Anyway at least you've found out that there's no scheduled task causing the problem.


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05 Jun 2017   #13
Callender

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Also RE: Nothing showing up in TaskSTRun. It can take a while before the screen populates but not usually longer than a minute or so.
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05 Jun 2017   #14
mdoc

Win7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Callender View Post
Okay I think you are either missing or need to update a missing Visual C++ redistributable package. If I remember correctly I've seen those errors on my own machine.
http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s...ps8vcowfwo.jpg
EDIT: Corrected image.

The easy way to update is grab a copy of UVK and run it (right click and run as admin)

On the System Repair tab use the following fix:
Attachment 399229
A reboot will be needed. If that doesn't help you might need to uninstall all versions of VC++ and reinstall them.

It wouldn't hurt to launch the Autoruns tab in UVK and see what shows up.

Anyway at least you've found out that there's no scheduled task causing the problem.
This solved the problem. TaskSTRun runs and displays properly. Forgot to run UVK as administrator and didn't reboot. Below are the affected dist. C++ files (dated 6/5/17):
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06 Jun 2017   #15
mdoc

Win7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Callender View Post
It wouldn't hurt to launch the Autoruns tab in UVK and see what shows up.
Think you mean Autorun Manager in UVK. Did that, there are three OneNote entries:

1) one in Global folder context menu (HKCR\Directory) (entered as OneNote.Open)
2) two in recently run programs (HKU\S-1-5-21-2096204309-1533785969-211776700029-1001\Software\Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows]Shell\MuiCache) (as OneNote)

Still the same OneNote delayed start up happens, and I can see it happen in Task Manager.

BTW, running TaskSTRun is unreliable: sometimes the same unhandle exception occurs, the only difference is it takes longer for the error message to pop up.

And OneNote did not show up under the Auto Start tab. I'm convinced I'm barking up the wrong tree, I remember using a little-known (perhaps an .msc program) to configure for delayed start of OneNote.
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