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    i am tyring to run yasu on my pc. i have no problem running in manually every time i start up my pc, however, i would not like to do this everytime. i will soon make yasu run on another few pc's that i have and i do not want to manually run it on every pc individually.

    Does anyone have any advice or a solution to making yasu run on startup automatically. i have tried putting it into the start up folder and i have also tried doing it using the run : regedit option.. no luck so far and i have been trying for a very long time!!

    thank you in advance.

  • #2
    Commandline Parameters:
    -s Silent mode (Using this when Y.A.S.U is active will hide Y.A.S.U in the system tray).
    -a Add to system start up.
    -r Remove from system start up.
    -x Terminates/Closes Y.A.S.U (only works if Y.A.S.U is already active).
    -c Enables Y.A.S.U Anti-Blacklist(s) for SafeDisc & SecuROM.
    -uc Disables Y.A.S.U Anti-Blacklist(s).
    -nosd No SafeDisc. Y.A.S.U will NOT hide any devices from SafeDisc.
    -nosdi No Intelligent SafeDisc. Y.A.S.U will NOT use intelligent SafeDisc Anti-Blacklist(s).
    -nosr No SecuROM. Y.A.S.U will NOT hide any devices from SecuROM.
    -nopc Disables Y.A.S.U permission checking.
    I'm not employed by Disc Soft and my views do not necessarily reflect the ones of the company.


    • #3
      help me!!

      Originally Posted by Terramex View Post
      Commandline Parameters:
      ok i have seen this before but where do i put these. I have never done anything like this before i think i will need step by step from the start to get this done..

      i have yasu in the deamon tools directory and that is it. i cannot do anything more.

      please respond as soon as possible, and thankyou in advance.


      • #4
        You do them using cmd and then navigating to install folder of YASU.
        Make something idiot proof, but then they just make a better idiot
        Peace Through Power


        • #5
          ...or make a shortcut, open properties of the shortcut and add the parameter where it says Target
          after the last quotation mark (e.g. "C:\Program Files\DAEMON Tools Lite\YASU.exe" -a).
          I'm not employed by Disc Soft and my views do not necessarily reflect the ones of the company.


          • #6
            thanks for the advice. i used the regedit/ using run.

            it works fine now i dont know how i got around it but it has started working.... thank for all of the advice!!!