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15t-dw100CT0
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Hi! I am trying to use Windows Task Scheduler to set HP Support Assistant to run at startup. What is the executable file? the choices seem to be TaskbarController, HPSAApplauncher or HPSAlauncher. They are all executables. 

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hi

You don't need this
the software is already running, since it can be tuned, to schedule update searches

HP Support Assistant | HP® Official Site

 

 

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I know that was the situation in the past. There was a blue "?" in the taskbar, representing the minimized support assistant. But I had to reinstall Windows 10 after a bad crash. (I'm now on Windows 11.) Since that time, the "?" is not there. I have to manually open Support Assistant. 

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