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Format ur pc....or go to run command then search .....

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Does seagate external hard drive back up the whole system each time it backs up or only new data?


Step 1:
It will depend on which back up program you have or selected usually it will back up the entire system.
Scheduled backups are an integral part of any effective disaster recovery plan. The Windows Backup Utility is offered in a free download on Microsoft's website and, while it is not the most feature-rich tool on the market, the Windows Backup Utility will back up files to hard disk, CD-Recordable (CD-R) or tape at the times and dates specified for the scheduled job. Editing scheduled jobs can be easily done. Click the "Start" button in the lower left corner of the window. Select "All Programs." Choose "Accessories" and "System Tools." Select "Backup." Click the hyperlink "Advanced Mode" in the "Backup or Restore Wizard" window. Choose the "Scheduled Jobs" tab. Click on the icon in the calendar for the job you want to edit. Select the "Properties" button from the "Scheduled data" tab. Choose the "Schedule" tab. Select the task schedule from the drop-down box beneath "Schedule Task." Set the start time by clicking the up and down arrows in the box under "Start Time." Choose the "Settings" tab. Select the desired options using the check boxes under "Scheduled Task Completed," "Idle Time" and "Power Management." Click the "OK" button. Click the "OK" button in the "Scheduled Job Options" window. Type the user name used to run the job in the space beside "Run as" in the "Set Account Information" window. Type the password and confirm the password. Click the "OK" button. Click the "X" in the upper right corner of the "Back up utility" window.
http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/ntbackup_schedule_backup.mspx?mfr=true

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Can't find AsusSetup.ini: C:\Windows\Chipset\AsusSetup.ini


Open the control panel, click "system & security", click "management instrument". Open the "Task Scheduler", on the left side you will find "Task Scheduler Library". Click the Triangle of "Task Scheduler Library" and the list of task will show up. Delete "ASUS" folder and quit. Reboot and you won't see that annoying same "Can't find...." message again. Cheers~

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I have deleted asus updates in start menu but every time i boot up the update box pops up. I have gone in msconfig nohthing there I have gone in services nothing there. HELP PLEASE


Go to the Task Scheduler and see if it is launching there. It could be scheduled to run at "log on of any user". To open the Scheduler, click Start and then left click on Control Panel in the right hand column. Click on System and Security at the top of the left hand column in the Control Panel window. Near the bottom of the System and Security window, look for Administrative Tools. Left click on the link for Schedule Tasks under the Administrative Tools heading. Expand the Task Schedule Library and check the various folders in this section for the Asus Update program. My computer has a few Asus tools in their own folder at the top of the list.

That should be where it is hiding but it could be in another folder in the Scheduler. Click on the item and then either right-click and select Disable or Delete (to permanently remove the Update program from the schedule). Alternatively, click on Action and then Disable or Delete. This is the second option after File.

I hope this helps.

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Vista Home....Automatic restore points are not being saved....I can manually enter them and they show up on the drop down table....I have both drives checked off to allow automatically creating restore...


Hi g502,

Here are some helpful tips that you may use on how to Change the Automatic System Restore Point Settings in Vista Task Scheduler.

By default System Restore is scheduled to create a restore point at 12 AM every day (Daily trigger) and at every system startup (At startup trigger) in Task Scheduler if any system changes were made from the last time it checked. This will show you how to change these schedule settings, or disable one or both triggers.

Warning:
System Restore will need to be turned on for this scheduled task to be able to run.

1. Open the Start Menu.

A) In the white line (Start Search) area, type taskschd.msc and press Enter.

B) Go to step 3.

OR

2. Open the Control Panel (Classic view).

A) Click on the Administrative Tools Icon.

B) Click on Task Scheduler.

3. Click on Continue in the UAC Prompt.

4. In the left pane click on the triangle next to Task Scheduler Library, Microsoft, and Windows to expand the folder tree. (See screenshot below step 5)

5. Click on the SystemRestore folder.

A) Choose a option or options below to do.

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OPTION ONE

To Disable or Enable this Task Completely

6. To Disable this Task Completely -
NOTE: This will disable both the Daily (OPTION TWO) and At startup (OPTION THREE) triggers regardless of how they are set individually. You will not have anymore automatic restore points created with this task disabled. You can still manually create a restore point though. For how, see: How to Create a System Restore Point in Vista

A) In the middle pane, right click on the SR task and click on Disable. (See screenshot below step 5)

B) Go to step 22.

7. To Enable this Task Completely -
NOTE: Check to make sure that each Daily (step 12 in OPTION TWO) and At startup (step 17 in OPTION THREE) trigger is also set as Enabled.

A) In the middle pane, right click on the SR task and click on Enable. (See screenshot below step 5)

B) Continue to OPTION TWO.

OPTION TWO

To Change Only the Daily Trigger Settings

NOTE: You will need to have the task enabled in step 7 to use this trigger. This is the trigger that creates a restore point at 12 AM every day by default. If you do not want to change these settings, then continue to OPTION THREE.

8. In the middle pane, right click on the SR task and click on Properties. (See screenshot below step 5)

9. Click on the Triggers tab. (See screenshot below step 10)

10. Click on the Daily trigger to highlight it and click on the Edit button.
NOTE: These are the default settings for the Daily trigger in the screenshot below.

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11. To Disable the Daily Trigger -
NOTE: This is if you only wanted to have restore points create with the At startup (OPTION THREE) trigger instead.

A) Uncheck the Enabled box and click on OK. (See screenshot below step 12)

B) Continue to OPTION THREE.

12. To Enable the Daily Trigger -

A) Check the Enabled box. (See screenshot below)

B) If the default settings for the Daily trigger schedule are not what you want, then make any changes that you would like.
NOTE: For more details about each of these settings, see STEP FIVE here: How to Create a Task in Vista Task Scheduler

C) Click on OK.

D) Continue to OPTION THREE.

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OPTION THREE

To Change Only the At startup Trigger Settings

NOTE: You will need to have the task enabled in step 7 to use this trigger. This is the trigger that creates a restore point at every system startup by default. If you do not want to change these settings, then continue to OPTION FOUR.

13. In the middle pane, right click on the SR task and click on Properties. (See screenshot below step 5)

14. Click on the Triggers tab. (See screenshot below step 15)

15. Click on the At startup trigger to highlight it and click on the Edit button.
NOTE: These are the default settings for the At startup trigger in the screenshot below.

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16. To Disable the At startup Trigger -
NOTE: This is if you only wanted to have restore points create with the Daily (OPTION TWO) trigger instead.

A) Uncheck the Enabled box and click on OK. (See screenshot below step 17)

B) Continue to OPTION THREE.

17. To Enable the At startup Trigger -

A) Check the Enabled box. (See screenshot below)

B) To Speed Up Startup Time - Make sure that under Advanced Settings, the Delay task for box is checked and you have an amount of minutes set that you want for System Restore to run after startup.

C) If the default advanced settings for the At startup trigger schedule are not what you want, then make any changes that you would like.

D) Click on OK.

E) Continue to OPTION FOUR.

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OPTION FOUR

To Change the Conditions for the Task

NOTE: You will need to have the task enabled in step 7 first. This will effect how both the Daily (OPTION TWO) and At startup (OPTION THREE) triggers run. If you do not want to change these settings, then continue to OPTION FIVE.

18. In the middle pane, right click on the SR task and click on Properties. (See screenshot below step 5)

A) Click on the Conditions tab. (See screenshot below)
NOTE: These are the default settings for the Conditions tab in the screenshot below.

B) Make any changes you would like.
NOTE: For more details about each of these settings, see STEP SEVEN here: How to Create a Task in Vista Task Scheduler
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C) Continue to OPTION FIVE.

OPTION FIVE

To Change the Settings for the Task

NOTE: You will need to have the task enabled in step 7 first. This will effect how both the Daily (OPTION TWO) and At startup (OPTION THREE) triggers run. If you do not want to change these settings, then continue to OPTION SIX.

19. In the middle pane, right click on the SR task and click on Properties. (See screenshot below step 5)

A) Click on the Settings tab. (See screenshot below)
NOTE: These are the default settings for the Settings tab in the screenshot below.

B) Make any changes you would like.
NOTE: For more details about each of these settings, see STEP EIGHT here: How to Create a Task in Vista Task Scheduler

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C) Continue to OPTION SIX.


OPTION SIX

To See the Task History

NOTE: This will show you what the run and error history for this task is. This can be handy to help troubleshoot any problems with the task, or you just want to see when it ran. If you do not want to see the history, then go to step 21.

20. In the middle pane, right click on the SR task and click Properties. (See screenshot below step 5)
NOTE: You can also just click on the History tab in the bottom half of the middle pane instead.

A) Click on the History tab. (See screenshot below)
NOTE: In the bottom pane you can get more details about a selected history event listed in the top pane.

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B) Go to step 21.

21. Click on OK. (See screenshots from below either steps 10, 15, 18B, or 19B)

22. Close Task Scheduler.

Hope it helps

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Aug 31, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Printer not printing.


Follow these steps to resolve the issue. Windows XP
  1. On the Windows taskbar, click Start, and then click All Programs.
  2. Click Accessories, and then click System Tools.
  3. Click Scheduled Tasks. The Scheduled Tasks window opens.
  4. Under Name, click and delete any task that starts with Webreg (for example, Webreg 20031218075500).
  5. Close the Scheduled Tasks window.
Windows Vista
  1. On the Windows taskbar, click the Windows icon (c01319360.gif).
  2. Right-click Computer, and then click Manage. The Computer Management window opens.
  3. In the left pane, click the arrow next to Task Scheduler, and then click Task Scheduler Library.
  4. Under Name, find and click any task that starts with Webreg (for example, Webreg 20031218075500).
  5. In the Actions pane, click Delete.
  6. In the Confirm delete dialog box, click Yes.
  7. Close the Computer Management window.
Windows 7
  1. On the Windows taskbar, click the Windows icon (c01319360.gif).
  2. Right-click Computer, and then click Manage. The Computer Management window opens.
  3. In the left pane, click the arrow next to Task Scheduler, and then click Task Scheduler Library.
  4. Under Name, find and click any task that starts with Webreg (for example, Webreg 20031218075500).
  5. In the Actions pane, click Delete.
  6. In the Task Scheduler dialog box, click Yes.
  7. Close the Computer Management window.

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Windows 2003 Server Task Scheduler Exit Code (1)


Have you tried to use robocopy.exe instead of copy? Robocopy have a logging option and is a lot more powerful. It's available in Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools.

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Windows Vista Many Taskeng.exe processes


1. Go to the start menu.
2. Type task scheduler and press enter.
3. Press continue on the UAC popup.
4. In the left pane of task scheduler, underneath Task Scheduler Local, right-click on Task Scheduler Library.
5. In the View submenu, make sure the Show Hidden Tasks option is checked.
6. Widen the Name column in the center pane. The hidden task that is likely at fault has a name that starts with User_Feed_Synchronization, followed by a dash and a bunch of digits inside a curly brace.
7. Select that task in the middle pane by clicking on its name.
8. To verify that this scheduled task is creating all those taskeng.exe processes, select the History tab in the middle pane near the middle of the screen. If you expand out the Level and Date and Time Columns, you should see a bunch of errors and date and times that are 5 minutes apart. If that's the case, then this task is the problem.
9. On the rightmost pane, select Disable.
10. There may be more than one scheduled task like this, so you'd need to disable any or all that were causing problems.



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Mar 13, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic for PC

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Windows 2003 Server Task Scheduler Exit Code (1)


the exit code of 1 or 0x1: Incorrect function called or unknown function called.
check your backupRBase.cmd file. one of the URL or function need to be modify.

Mar 04, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise...

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How to schedule system shutdown in windows xp


Go to Start >> Run type CMD and click Ok
in the command window
just use the AT command:
AT 9:00 SHUTDOWN -f

the schedule service must be running while using the AT command.
But normally it word well

Dec 30, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Backuping data


Just try this: Go to Start menu -> All programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Backup. This will backup your data.

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