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How to load folders by cmd line during Start-up?


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#1 ~Ex

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Posted 03 February 2013 - 10:47 PM

Hi all, 1stly, let me describe what my intention is. I have a Fast PCI SSD that I wish to load some folders on to it during Start-ups. The reason is this PCI SSD which is RAM base, clears everything during shutdown making it troublesome to load files/folders everytime I start my system. A friend suggested I seek help from the experts here on a batch file that will load the folders I need at Start-ups. Any help would be greatly appreacited!



#2 Villain

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 01:58 AM

by "load" do you mean "show in explorer on startup" ?  If so, simple make a batch file, and then copy it to the Startup folder from the Windows Start Menu.



#3 ~Ex

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:41 AM

Hi, thanks for the reply. Its more of copying or maybe creating folders like temp & tmp on the SSD itself during start-ups and when windows have properly loaded the PCI SSD Drivers. If anyone can show me how to write the batch file here, I would be more than appreciative.



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