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What is the command line to run a system scan in 'Care'?


Matthew_Wai
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What is the command line to run a system scan in 'Care'?

 

Hi Matthew_Wai,

 

You can use command: C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 8\ASC.exe /scanrepair to scan and repair with ASC.

By default, it will scan and repair the first six items.

 

Please note that the command will only work when ASC is exited. If you have ASC opened, you can just click on the SCAN button which is more convenient.

 

Hope this helps.:-)

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hi,

i see this command: C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 8\ASC.exe /scan

scan my computer but doesnt repair them and

C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 8\ASC.exe /scanrepair

doesnt work at all

 

do you have command that'll scan and repair the computer by command line (with no need to physically click on app)

(also i need log file to see what was the result of the scan)

 

thanks!!

 

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Hi adshapira,

 

The command: C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 8\ASC.exe /scanrepair will scan and repair the first six items by default.

i need command that'll scan and repair all items and print the log afterwards (in path: IObit\Advanced SystemCare V8\Log)

 

Do you have something like that?

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Hey,

 

thanks for helping.

the command you sent me scan the computer but doesn't produce log about computer status (if threats found)

log are produced only if i press afterward "repair"

i do not want to press repair, i want to do it from command and i want the command to repair ALL files (not only 6)

do you have command for that?

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Hi,

 

Using this command: C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 8\ASC.exe /scan 4095, it will automatically scan and repair all the modules. And you can check the log in the Settings of ASC.

 

Please note that you need exit ASC when using this command.

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This parameter checked in my settings, its just that there was no change in my computer because ASC scanned but didn't repair anything!

this is the command line i wrote:

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]temp_14880_1437283355328_919[/ATTACH]

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]temp_14881_1437283405443_955[/ATTACH]

 

after the scan ended i still have to click "Repair" to get log:

[ATTACH=CONFIG]n209049[/ATTACH]

 

than i get log:

[ATTACH=CONFIG]n209050[/ATTACH]

 

 

i want "Repair" to happen automatically with no need to click something in GUI

 

how can i do that?

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Hi adshapira,

 

By using command line, ASC process is forced to be ended, so it cannot save the automatically repair option.

 

We will surely try to see whether this can be optimized in future updates.

 

Your understanding is much appreciated. :oops:

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