Real Temp 3.70 auto run at startup.

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  1. Spikeypup's Avatar
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    Windows X (10) Pro [Ver 1607] [Build# 14393.969]
       07 Apr 2017 #31

    Brink, another great turtorial, fancy meeting you here! Thanks it's just what the pup needed with his afternoon burrito to solve THIS EXACT APPLICATION QUESTION Using AT! Thanks so much!
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 18282
       07 Apr 2017 #32

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  3. Spikeypup's Avatar
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    Windows X (10) Pro [Ver 1607] [Build# 14393.969]
       07 Apr 2017 #33

    However I have to admit, I saw your tut tut after I solved my RealTemp Issue at bootup just as the OP has. Oddly the task breaks when trying to call it up using "/c start" which I know, it shouldn't lol, so get this, I just deleted the task, it's not like it is that crazy to rebuild anyway, luckily it's like one of the tools MS created in a...dare I say... easy to understand literal way for most anyone, except the task execution defining can be a bit daunting as their layout is a little vague... anyway... So I tore it down, huffled and puffled, and started over. This time, I made sure to just click what I needed, nothing I didn't, no dilly dallying or extra clicks...all business. And boom, it works no problem, here is the step outline just in case:

    Video: Microsoft OneDrive - Access files anywhere. Create docs with free Office Online.!AjawBNTnJIPFsgndwnl9lESrMgBH
    I just tried an inline to see if it might work with OneDrive...X the fingers, if not, the link is there and it's public just click and go.

    I mention in the video as well, that I had just installed new GFX Drivers, as such, I made the assumption things would work fine since I wanted to produce this video quickly and get it out the door since it was still fresh in my noodle. Well that was dumb, because as you will see something is messed up with the encoder, it's not HORRIBLE but it's definitely not good, BUT you can hear me clearly and you can see well ENOUGH, but I do apologize. Normally I would pre-check, bad puppy...

    This video is HEVC encoded in the interest of space and ease of download/viewing. If you do not have a GFX card capable of HEVC HW decoding, you can still watch via Movies & TV app or beta build of VLC(although not latest stable...only the latest nightlies; VLC doesn't really feature HEVC support in the stable current, and for that matter the beta nightly barely does as well... sorry to say!) and most any other player that reports HEVC/H265 capability. I mention this because if you do not have native HW decoding of H265/HEVC it will eat up most of your CPU cycles, it's very intensive, but it's also super amazing! If it had been working properly you would have been looking at a file that would have taken up almost 200-250MB of space under H264/AVC versus the HEVC/H265 version I posted and looked great. But I'm boasting about great encoding when it clearly looks like a pile of fresh dog poop, I'll do a better one the next go around, I promise. Fresh driver install, non-whql, meh what can you do.

    Anyway, I will post this to my youtube channel if necessary, if you have problems let me know, and post I shall!

    Woof woof, TGIF!
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