Hi!

Just wondering how I can start PAWatchDisk as a scheduled task. How can I start PAWatchDisk in background with the command line?

What are the possible command line argument? Is there a documentation?

Would be veryvery helpful if somebody can give me a clue!

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The help documentation was installed when you install PA WatchDisk. Go to Start -> All Programs - PA WatchDisk -> Documentation. You will get a pop-up help window that you can find the help you need. This is an old program so you may have to download a Microsoft help program to allow you to view the content.

For Windows 7 / Windows 2008 R2, you need to download WinHelp from Microsoft (it used to be included with the OS, but it's not now). That will let you open and view the help documentation. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=91

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I use Windows 8.1 and I installed the WinHlp32.exe but it wouldn't open the file... Would it be possible that u post the Command to start a Scan of a given HDD (example C:, D:, E: F:, ....)

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Here is a link to more Help File downloads for other OSs. Windows 8.1 in listed.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607?wa=wsignin1.0

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I just added a help page for the command line options for WatchDisk.

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Thanks Quinn, that's perfect!

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