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Posted on 2004-04-09
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Hi,

Does anyone know how i can run applications that require direct disk access before the system starts.

I know it's possible, applications like chkdsk and partition magic can both be scheduled to run at boot but idon't know how they do it.

Any help appreciated!

Regards,

Mats
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Does not work, need to run the aplication before the drive is locked for write access.

But thanks for the suggestion anyway.

--Mats
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At last a step in the right direction!

Thanks!
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