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Posted: Tue May 08, 2012 2:04 pm
by Softland


I meant FBackup, I also corrected the post.

Posted: Fri May 18, 2012 7:23 am
by ATP

I have attempted to activate the task scheduler with the corrected instructions given last week.

Proceeding with the guidance given in the attached link, I have managed to get as far as step 5 of 8 shown steps. Step 5 indicates "start the program".

Doing this manually, I found the following:

-program files>fbackup>fbackup settings

-program files (x86)>softland>fbackup4

a search for fbackup on the HDD search engine retrieved the following (not including those likely not important)

folder: c\appdata\roaming\softland

folder: c\program data\start menu\programs

folder: c\program files

file: fbackup.64-png

file: c\roaming\softland\fbackup\configuration settings

file: fbackup png

file: fbackup.hst

file: c/roaming\softland\fbackup txt

file: c/program files (x86)\softland\fbackup4 chw

file: c/program files (x86)\fbackup4\application

file: c/program files (x86)\fbackup4\ manifest

Kindly inform me which of the file(s) or folder(s) above I need to indicate in the procedure, so I can get from step 5 ("start the program") to step 8 & attempt to use the task scheduler.

Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 11:26 am
by Softland

Use fbaSched.exe

Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:51 am
by ATP

I searched on my HDD for "fbasched.exe" .I retrieved the following:

fbaschedstarter--c\program files (x86)\softland\fbackup4 application

fbasched--c\program files (x86)\softland\fbackup4 application

FBASCHEDSTARTEREXE (other details here I have not included) C:\windows\prefetch

pf file

Please confirm which of these I should manually enter into the program selection of the windows 7 task scheduler set up procedure.

Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:36 pm
by Softland


I just told you in the previous reply. It seems you use an application which does not show you the file extensions. The file is "fbaSched.exe"

Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:44 pm
by ATP

May I repeat?

I have done exactly as you have asked me to do.

I did 2 kinds of search: fbaSched.exe and "fbaSched.exe"

I have searched for fbaSched.exe 2 times--the in-built search engine in my Windows 7 OS had this result:

    search 1




    search 2

fbackup (application)

fbackup.exe.manifest (a manifest type file)

    search 3

When I search like this - "fbaSched.exe" - I get these items:

fbackup (application)

fbackup.exe.manifest (a manifest type file)

Would you kindly confirm for me which of these 7 items I should write into the task scheduler set up procedure?

Thank you.

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 6:30 pm
by Softland

fbasched is the file you need