for those wanting to autostart gigastudio from a boot, you can\'t just place it in the windows startup folder as it needs 15-30 seconds initialising drivers before launching (otherwise you get an error). Here\'s the solution:-
1. Make sure \'Hide Extensions for known file types is switched off (explorer->tools->folder options->view\").
2. Create a text file on your desktop called \"gigastart.vbs\" (answer yes to change file extension)
3. copy and paste the following into this textfile (obviously changing the path if this isn\'t your default)
Set x = Wscript.CreateObject(\"Wscript.Shell\")
x.Run (\"\"\"C:\\Program Files\\NemeSys\\GStudio\\GStudio.exe\"\"\")
4. Drag this file into your startbar->startup folder (or alternatively copy it to
C:\\Documents and Settings\\All Users\\Start Menu\\Programs\\Startup)
5. That\'s it! If you want to autoload your template from giga, just \"save settings as default performance\" after it\'s loaded it up the first time.
(for VSL users who want to autoload the vsl tool after giga\'s started and autoload up their own Tool Set (the performance tool currently has no \"autoload\" function), add this line to the script:-)
x.Run (\"\"\"C:\\Program Files\\VSL Performance Tool\\PerformanceTool.exe\"\" \"\"C:\\Program Files\\VSL Performance Tool\\Tool Sets\\blahblah.vlp\"\"\")
obviously replacing path/filename blahblah.vlp with your own default toolset.