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auto start xpe

Postby JP2010 » Fri Apr 02, 2010 5:52 pm

Hi

Firstly thanks for a great tool, i have been using it to scope a problem on multiable machine's i use a generic .ini file so all the settings are the same and launch with psexec.

My question is can i get core temp to start with windows on multiable machine by using the .ini file ? i can write a script but i dont want to make it messy.

I belive it is controlled by the following lines


SPX=1C6;
SPY=CF;

however the value's change on different terminals although the os is identical thus no auto start after daily reboot.

To summaraise the question can i work around this using .ini file?


Thanks in advance


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Re: auto start xpe

Postby The Coolest » Tue Apr 13, 2010 11:38 am

SPX and SPY indicate Core Temp's window position, and doesn't have to do with auto run.
The problem lays in Windows. To get a program to startup automatically you need to either add a shortcut to the startup folder or add a registry value.
Core Temp adds a registry value when you tick the "Start Core Temp with Windows" checkbox.
I don't see a way to generalize it using the ini file.
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