Can't make Whatsapp Web launch at startup


  1. Posts : 94
    Windows 10 Pro 64bits
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    Can't make Whatsapp Web launch at startup


    Hi everyone!

    After installing Whatsapp Web Can't make Whatsapp Web launch at startup-image.png successfully from Microsoft Store, I checked Start
    Can't make Whatsapp Web launch at startup-image.png but it doesn't launch at startup.
    So, I opened the file location of the app and copied Whatsapp.exe then paste it in "shell:startup". but it gave me "ffmpeg.dll" isn't found. I downloaded it and put in system32 path but always nothing works.

    is there a way to make it launch at startup?

    thanks in advance
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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    and copied Whatsapp.exe then paste it
    That should have been a shortcut to it- not the exe file. The message you get is probably the lonely little exe file looking for the rest of the program- which isn't there as far as it is concerned.

    You can create a shortcut from the start menu by dragging to the desktop , then put the created shortcut in the Startup folder.

    And delete the exe file you put there.
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  3. Posts : 94
    Windows 10 Pro 64bits
    Thread Starter
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    dalchina said:
    That should have been a shortcut to it- not the exe file. The message you get is probably the lonely little exe file looking for the rest of the program- which isn't there as far as it is concerned.

    You can create a shortcut from the start menu by dragging to the desktop , then put the created shortcut in the Startup folder.

    And delete the exe file you put there.
    before deleting the file, I checked to see if it is .exe

    Can't make Whatsapp Web launch at startup-image.png

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    I have tried what you told me here is what I got:


    Can't make Whatsapp Web launch at startup-image.png

    I will restart and see.

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    dalchina said:
    That should have been a shortcut to it- not the exe file. The message you get is probably the lonely little exe file looking for the rest of the program- which isn't there as far as it is concerned.


    You can create a shortcut from the start menu by dragging to the desktop , then put the created shortcut in the Startup folder.

    And delete the exe file you put there.
    �� it worked, many thanks "dalchina" for your help.
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  4. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 25,081
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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