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Windows 7: Can you pick which startup processes go first?

18 Sep 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Can you pick which startup processes go first?

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*

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18 Sep 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Solved my own problem. Since Aida64 uses task scheduler, it was set to 10 seconds to start during bootup, not enough time for the logitech drivers to load. So I changed it to 30 seconds, now everything works as it should. :)
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