two instances of one program?

apu95

Caffeine-->Code Converter
#1
im trying to run two instances of one program (dance game called Pump It Up). ive tried quad-clicking it but it loads too fast so i cant get the last click in. is there an easier way to do this?

thx!
Apu
 

dreamliner77

The Analog Kid
#2
Alot of programs you can run two instances of. You have to install it twice, to different directories. I highly doubt this will work with a game, but you can try.
 

Geffy

OSNN Veteran Addict
#3
maybe some commandline type thing not sure how it works in windows to load a program and get the prompt back immediately

some sort of mod of this might work though
\> C:\path\to\proggie & && C:\path\to\proggie &

on nix systems the & makes it run in the background or in the case of gui apps runs them and returns you to the prompt and the && is the logical AND so it does the part in front of the && and then does the part after as well

actually testing this the first & does return you to the prompt, but the && doesnt work

if you make a .bat file which does
C:\path\to\proggie &
C:\path\to\proggie &

then it might work
 

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