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If you start with a certain parameter should be an executable file, it can be done in the "Explorer".Open the file manager, for example, by using "hot keys» Win + E. Then, in the address bar, type the full path to the desired file.If it is too complicated for manual dialing, go to the folder containing the executable file, and click the address bar "Explorer."The full path to the folder will already be contained in it, you will append the file name and add the desired parameter by a space.Then press Enter, and the operating system will launch the specified pro
gram with the specified key.
This can be done using a search engine that is built into Windows 7 and Vista.Open the main menu by clicking "Start" in the search query box, type the full path to the file, and through gaps, list all of the required parameters.Ignore the OS attempts to find anything corresponding to your search, just press Enter, when you have finished - the result will be exactly the same as in the previous step.
In versions of Windows earlier release instead of a search engine can be used to run programs dialogue - open it by pressing Win + R. In this dialogue, there is only one field in which you and you need to enter the full path to the executablefile and list the parameters passed to it.The command to start where you can be served as pressing Enter, or by clicking OK.In recent versions of Windows, this method can also be used.
If you want to open with parameters not an executable file and a data file, you need to determine which of the programs corresponds to the operating system to work with such data.Then, any of the methods described above, run the executable file of the program by specifying a data file as a parameter by a space and adding others.