How to run programs before Windows opened

Posted on 2000-04-04
Last Modified: 2010-08-18
How do I copy a program to the registry and then run it before Windows?. (Don't let it be in Start-up)
Question by:Jurica2505
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Radler earned 50 total points
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You can start a program putting an entry at
( After logon )
( Before logon )

And putting a "Ex" to the keys the program run only once time

T++, Radler.

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Notes:  If need a code to do this in Delphi send your email.

T++, Radler.

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