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Is this possible? It's really annoying to start the service and end it when playing certain games (BF2, CSS)
 

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yeah, right click Properties of the service, copy the "path to executable" and place it in a new shortcut
 
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or you can make a bat file

Make a new .txt file and in there type

NET START (service name goes here)

save it and replace the .txt with .bat

Then you have a working service starter ^_^
 

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Originally Posted by deathdispenser
yeah, right click Properties of the service, copy the "path to executable" and place it in a new shortcut
What if the executable requires a switch? For example... the print service. Spoolsv.exe won't start when you just run it, so I would assume it needs a switch.

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or you can make a bat file

Make a new .txt file and in there type

NET START (service name goes here)

save it and replace the .txt with .bat

Then you have a working service starter ^_^
I tried this for the print spooler and got "The service name is invalid." That is the result of "net start print spooler".
 

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I'm guessing NET STOP ends the service?

I saved this as a bat file

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NET START "[email protected]+Program [email protected]+FAH504-Console.exe"
But the service won't start...the dos screen just flashes and goes away.

EDIT: Nevermind solved... Reps+

EDIT 2: A note for people reading this thread...you can also place these .bat files in C:\\Windows\\ and then execute them from the run command....Its very convient, just WINDOWS KEY+R then type whatever you named the bat.
 
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