Today I will be showing you how to fix the bug that means MSI Afterburner doesn't always open on boot.
The cause of the issue (or at least what I think is the cause): The task MSI Afterburner creates when you select "Start With Windows" is [location of MSI Afterburner]\MSIAfterburner.exe /s. The issue is that sometimes it boots too soon be seen in the notification area. Follow these steps to fix it:
Step 1. Open MSI Afterburner and click settings. make sure "Start with Windows" is unchecked and that "Start minimized" is checked. Click "OK" when your done.
Step 2. Go to Task Scheduler (Type it in the start menu) And click Create Task.
Step 3. Name the task MSI AB and tick "Run with highest privileges".
Step 4. Move to the triggers tab and click new.
Step 5. Select "At log on" and check that "delay this task for:" is enabled and set to 30 seconds and make sure it is enabled then press "OK".
Step 6. Move to the actions tab and press new.
Step 7. Set the action to "Start a program" and the program / scrypt to MSIAfterburner.exe (usually stored in c:\Program Files (X86)\MSI Afterburner\MSIAfterburner.exe) then press "OK".
Step 8. Move to the conditions tab and make sure that "Start this task only if the computer is on AC power" is unchecked.
Step 9. Move to the settings tab and make sure that only "Allow this task to be run on demand" and "Run this task as soon as possible after a scheduled start is missed" are checked. Then press "OK"
Step 10. Reboot and it should be fixed