Well, I dont have WLM, I am siting an example using VLC Media Player.
Start > All Apps > VideoLAN. I click on VideoLAN to expand it. VLC Media Player is under it.
Right Click on Vlc Media Player > More > Open File Location. Like the image below:
Now apply the hide back. Restart.
Arc's method will work. If you will give me a few minutes, I will show you how it works.
Dutch, I'm sorry, but I was trying to make a video of it. For some reason it won't upload. So,....
Go to start>all Programs>Windows Live Mali, right click it and select more> open file location. It will open to the WLM file. Right click that file and select send to Desktop (as shortcut).
Go to C:/Program Data/Microsoft/Windows/Start menu/Programs/Startup . Copy the shortcut on your Desktop and Paste it in the Startup window. it will tell you you have to provide permission, but just click continue. As soon as it finishes, you're done. It should startup next time you restart.
I got it to upload finally, but it isn't right and was just a quick video to show you how. It works on my system.
Copy of WLM Run at Startup - YouTube
When I tried yesterday and earlier today, I was selecting "Paste shortcut" (logical, right?) but kept getting the error message "Windows can't create a shortcut here." ("Create" and "paste" are two different things. Oh well . . .) So then selected "Paste" instead and as you said, I had to click on "Continue," and then it was added!
Thanks very much for your patience!
I'm just happy it worked out for you, and you have it the way you want it.