How to Run a Batch File Once You Are in the Startup Phase of Windows XP?

Answer Microsoft Windows XP features a number of ways to run applications and scripts when the computer starts, such as through the Task Scheduler application and through the use of specific registry keys... Read More »

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How to Execute a Batch File at Windows Startup?

A batch file is a command file that contains other commands. For example, a batch file containing "iexplore.exe" will open Internet Explorer when you run the batch file. The Windows Startup folder ... Read More »

How to Create a Recursive Batch File in Windows?

This prank opens up "explorer.exe" repeatedly until the computer runs out of memory. It Gets EXTREMELY annoying/scary, especially if it is in startup.

How to Pass a URL to Windows Explorer From a Batch File?

Batch files date back to the days of Disk Operating System (DOS) computing before the invention of Windows. Using batch files, developers executed system commands that performed specific computer o... Read More »

Windows Startup file problem?

You can try booting to Last Known Good Configuration, but that may or may not work - hit F8 as computer starts to get to the menu with this option.Otherwise, you will need to obtain a Windows CD to... Read More »