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accepted VBScript in Windows 7 64bit Scheduled Task - Works with only run when logged in
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comment VBScript in Windows 7 64bit Scheduled Task - Works with only run when logged in
@Ramhound how can I check if I need to elevate the privileges or not?
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comment VBScript in Windows 7 64bit Scheduled Task - Works with only run when logged in
@Ramhound In the Option 1, STTR said I should run in 32 bit, but my argument is if my Windows is 64 bit, it does not matter if I run cscript in 32 or 64 bit right? Make sense now?
May
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comment VBScript in Windows 7 64bit Scheduled Task - Works with only run when logged in
Thanks for the reply, basically the files are local so I don't think the second option matters. However, for the first point, I guess for cscript, it does not matter for the 64 versus 32 bits right? (as long as my OS is 64 bit)? UAC is confirmed to be disabled and there is no graphical/pop-ups in the code.
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comment VBScript in Windows 7 64bit Scheduled Task - Works with only run when logged in
@Ramhound I am not sure I know what you mean, basically when I was using Windows XP, I was just scheduling a vb script to run at, say, 8am every morning, whether I am logged in or not is not important. UAC is not enabled on this PC running Windows 7 so it should not matter, and I have admin privileges as well.
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comment VBScript in Windows 7 64bit Scheduled Task - Works with only run when logged in
@Ramhound thanks for your message, I have already tried to run it with the Highest Privileges with no luck.
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comment Blue Screen of Death - Laptop Crash Every Evening - BCCode: 1000007e
Every evening, I left my laptop on for the whole night and the next morning when I wake up, all I see is a blank screen although the power and hard drive lights are on, which indicate the laptop is still running, and it is not sleeping as well since I have disabled sleeping while it is on AC power.
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accepted Blue Screen of Death - Laptop Crash Every Evening - BCCode: 1000007e
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comment Blue Screen of Death - Laptop Crash Every Evening - BCCode: 1000007e
Thanks for your help @magicandre1981, I have tried to run chkdsk /F but for some reason the check for D drive was cancelled automatically while the check for C and E drive went on with no error, here is the crystalmark report, may I know what value I should be looking at? Thanks! EDIT: Can't paste it here so here you go: pastebin.com/kwLUZ8EY
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comment Blue Screen of Death - Laptop Crash Every Evening - BCCode: 1000007e
Thanks but my hard drive is an SSD, would the chkdisk command still works? And how can I check the SMART values? Thanks for your help!
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