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I am attempting to run an event via Task Scheduler in order to restart my trackpad driver (code to do so below) every time my system wakes up, as a troubleshooting measure. However, in Task Scheduler, I am having some issues.

If I run the program manually via Task Scheduler it works perfectly and shows up in the event's history. However, giving it the change to try and execute itself after the "Power-Troubleshooter" event is triggered - it just doesn't work. And I need to find out why.

There is no history in the Task Scheduler that shows the event was ever performed, it's just blank. However, I can see in Event Viewer the event 'Power-Troubleshooter' was called. Below are all my configurations:

Task Scheduler - General
Task Scheduler - Triggers
Task Scheduler - Action
Task Scheduler - Settings

And finally, the actual event that is being triggered in Event Viewer:

Event Viewer - Event

It's important to note this only works when I run as administrator, for some reason it just does not like it when I select my profile to run the Task on.

Any pointers as to getting this working would be appriciated.

  • Have you enabled the administrator account? I use WinAero: the down-load link is hard to find, but the software is good. Alternatively, this link shows how to do it manually. – AFH Oct 28 '17 at 9:26
  • Yeo! Admin account is active. – Polymer Oct 28 '17 at 9:37
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Found the answer here! Turns on, there are actually two listed event 'Source's with BOTH names being "Power-Troubleshooter". Annoying, however, switching to the second one yielded perfect results!

So if anybody else is having this issue, give that a try!

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  • I can see only one event source called "Power-Troubleshooter" under System. Where is the other? – user419144 May 22 '19 at 10:04

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