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How to run the BeanScape Autostart.bat batch file each time the computer boots

It may be necessary to run a batch file to configure computer devices or delete or copy files each time the computer boots to help the computer run more efficiently or allow a device to run.

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BeanScape Autostart with Windows 98, XP, NT, 2000, Vista and later users…

computer-hopeCreate a shortcut to the batch file (Autostart.bat)* located in the Beanscape installation folder. In the case below

BeanScape-installation-folder1. Once the shortcut has been created right-click the file and select Cut.

2. Click Start, Programs, right-click the Startup folder and click Open.

3. Once the Startup folder has been opened click Edit and paste the shortcut into the startup. Any shortcuts in the startup folder will automatically start each time Windows starts.

Windows-startup-folder

BeanScape Autostart with Windows 95, 3.x and MS-DOS users…

Place a line in your autoexec.bat that calls the batch file each time you want to boot the computer, as shown below.

CALL C:\ Autostart.bat

In the above example each time your computer starts and processes the autoexec.bat file it will call the batch file Autostart.bat*

 

* You can find the batch file Autostart.bat in our restricted access server.

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