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Advanced SystemCare command-line parameters


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The thread, http://forums.iobit.com/forum/advanced-systemcare/advanced-systemcare-v11/223844-turbo-boost-with-command-line, says that Advanced SystemCare (ASC) v11 supports only two command-line parameters ("/scanrepair" and "/turboboost_tray_on"). Does version 12 of ASC support more command-line parameters? When using "/scanrepair", ASC only performs first six types of scans. Is there a way to specify to ASC v12 what types of scans to be performed when running ASC v12 using command-line? Please let me know all command-line parameters and options (ex: indicating ASC which scan types to perform) that can be used with ASC v12 (please also describe those command-line parameters and options as best as possible).

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The thread, http://forums.iobit.com/forum/advanced-systemcare/advanced-systemcare-v11/223844-turbo-boost-with-command-line, says that Advanced SystemCare (ASC) v11 supports only two command-line parameters ("/scanrepair" and "/turboboost_tray_on"). Does version 12 of ASC support more command-line parameters? When using "/scanrepair", ASC only performs first six types of scans. Is there a way usps tracking to specify to ASC v12 what types of scans to be performed when running ASC v12 using command-line? Please let me know all command-line parameters and options (ex: indicating ASC which scan types to perform) that can be used with ASC v12 (please also describe those command-line parameters and options as best as possible).

 

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Shano

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