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Old Dec. 12th, 2011, 19:02
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Default How to disable ASC tray startup

ASC always makes auto startup registry entry in msconfig/startup

I disabled Auto startup in ASC settings, but it still appears in msconfig every time i start ASC
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Old Dec. 12th, 2011, 20:54
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Please update ASC5 internally, ASCTray.exe is updated as of today by update, and see if it is doing the same.

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Old Dec. 13th, 2011, 01:25
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Hi, All,
I have unchecked ASCTray in msconfig > startup and also unchecked Load automatically at Windows Startup and Minimize to System Tray in ASC5 > Settings. However, after bootup ASCTray reappears in msconfig > startup and in Task Manager.

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Old Dec. 13th, 2011, 07:39
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Hi Ted,

It was same like yours, but after updating ASC5 from "Check for updates", ASCTray.exe is updated and it is no more starting with Windows and not in Task Manager.
Only startup item of ASC5, without my consent, is ASCService.exe.

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Old Dec. 13th, 2011, 07:49
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Hi, enoskype,

Okay, thanks for that.

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Old Dec. 13th, 2011, 18:24
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I update it, but its soing the same thing.
Update was called "Important patch"

Will also try with fresh install and report back


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Reinstalled it
Its the same, and I delete every IOBIT folder.

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Old Dec. 17th, 2011, 06:26
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I get a "Failed to update files try again later" message every time I try to download that Important Patch.

Okay, I managed to get and install the update this morning.

Just noticed that I only get the ASCTray checked in msconfig after I've used ASC5. If I don't open the programme the box stays unchecked.
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Would it be okay to follow the following advice?
The ASC5 Key is there.

Go into the Registry (Start, Run, regedit) and under HKEY_CURRENT_USER click on the folders Software, Microsoft, Windows, and Run and delete the keys of the programs you don't want coming up.

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Old Dec. 19th, 2011, 19:52
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I've posted this message again as I had previously edited my original and I don't think it was being read.
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Just noticed that I only get the ASCTray checked in msconfig after I've used ASC5. If I don't open the programme the box stays unchecked.
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Would it be okay to follow the following advice?
The ASC5 Key is there.

Go into the Registry (Start, Run, regedit) and under HKEY_CURRENT_USER click on the folders Software, Microsoft, Windows, and Run and delete the keys of the programs you don't want coming up.
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Old Dec. 22nd, 2011, 10:44
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Deleting that key doesnt help

HKCU/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Run

"C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 5\ASCTray.exe" /Manual

I tried to alter the /Manual with Disabled or Exit, but it doesnt help


Someone on this forum must have a solution
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Old Dec. 22nd, 2011, 13:01
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I'm not sure if this is related to your question but,
I'm starting to think ASC-5 sometimes Auto-Loads, even if you have Auto-load disabled in settings?
I wonder if Auto-load is getting put or left in Registry when ASC is installed, after an upgrade,
before you have a chance to disable it in settings or if it was Not disabled before upgrade?
In other words, the Upgrade-Install is Not removing the previous Registry entries.

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