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Timed Batch Files


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how would I time a batch file to execute at noon with out having to run it? I need to be able to boot the computer then the batch file will execute auto.
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how would I time a batch file to execute at noon with out having to run it?


You can do it by adding scheduled task.. -> More info

I need to be able to boot the computer then the batch file will execute auto.


Make a shortcut of your batch file and then move it to Start -> All Programs -> Startup
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Thanks, but I need some way to run the batch file when the computer starts with out in DOS 5. I believe I need a code that I have not been able to find.
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