Question How do I make the drivers of my gaming mouse run automatically in the background on every boot up?

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Hi, I have a Redgear Series A A-20 gaming mouse that came with four extra programmable buttons.



To use those extra buttons, you're gonna need its drivers: http://redwoodinteractive.net/drivers/

By default the buttons are set to DPI+ DPI- and forward & backward.
But the problem is that the buttons restore to their default settings on every reboot and then I have to open & close the application again to make the buttons work. It's kinda annoying to do it every time I start my computer. Since I didn't find any option for auto-start in their app, is there any way I can make those drivers run in the background automatically whenever I start my PC?
 
Jun 11, 2019
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Put the application in the Startup group in the programs list or add it to the registry under HKLM/Sofware/Microsoft/Windows /Current Version/Run
To be clear, are you talking about this?



Well, I didn't find the app in the list.

Are you talking about putting the app in here? Anyway, how do I do that? There seemed to be no "Run" folder under the "Current Version" as well.

 

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