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How do you automatically (when windows starts) set the priority of a program

What i want to do is have LGDcore.exe (handles the maco buttons on the G15) have a higher priority (either high 13, or real time 24) so i dont have to manually switch it to high every time i boot up

any help would be greatly appreciated
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I Dont think you can using the Priority service in Windows. It will always be set to defualt Priority every time you start up...However if anyone knows how that would be good to know.
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im pretty sure there is a way to set up a .bat and put it into the start up folder... i just dont know the commands.
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i think its /high

What i would do, is make a folder and drop the shortcut to the app in, then make a new .bat file (Notepad>File>Save As>All Files>Type xxx.bat)

Try using this:
Code:
@echo off
start shortcut_name.lnk /high
Exit
Then make a shortcut to the .bat file you made and drop it in "Startup" in the Start Menu
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well.... it wasent exactly what you said.. i think windows lunched the link as high priority and not lgdcore.exe this is what i have now...

Code:
cd C:\\PROGRA~1\\LOGITECH\\G-SERI~1\\
start /high LGDcore.exe
Exit
yes i had to put in the '~1'
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