Eraser did a manual erase that i didn't start

SteveIN

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I am running Windows 7 Home Premium, and the latest version of Eraser. I have things set up for it to start on system start-up. I have a manual erasure set up, so that I can quickly erase a directory if I decide to. Somehow that job ran and erased a directory which I did NOT want to erase at this time.

Here is what I would like to know. Is there any way to have Eraser not run at start-up, but put a shortcut on the desktop or quick-launch bar (even better), so that when I click on it the directory will be erased? Or a bat (batch) file? The drive letter and directory name should never change, which from what I have read should make this a bit easier to do. Thanks
 
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