I think using the startup folder would require you to create a batch file to somewhat delay it and the command prompt will be visible.
Use the task scheduler instead.
Windows Key + r (run window) > taskschd.msc ( enter this)
In the task scheduler:
-Action > Create Basic Task
-Fill up the task Name
-Select when i log on
-Start a program
- Click browse, and point it to the SetPoint.exe location
- In tge add arguments text box, place /x
as its value
-Before clicking finish, tick the checkbox below to open the properties dialog box.
In the properties dialog box: ( I added this to make sure the start of the program finishes first before this termination runs)
- Under the Triggers tab
- Edit your trigger and enable "Delay task for" (if you're using an ssd you can place "3 seconds" or even a lesser value)
- Then OK
I hope I get to instruct you correctly on this or somebody else has a better idea, I need to rest now. Good luck!