I can make a program fire up at start up by dragging it to the start-menu->programs->startup-folder.
This program needs one of the windows services to be able to function correctly. Occasionally, at boot, this program experiences a problem that is somewhat specific to that required service (which is set to automatic) not being available.
I was wondering if this issue could be caused by the "startup" execution of the program getting started and requiring the service before the service has had a chance to start.
Is there a way to cause a program to start up after a delay to give the service a chance to get up and running?