CMD Popup (Arguments in the command line are invalid)

Discus and support CMD Popup (Arguments in the command line are invalid) in Windows 10 Support on Windows 10 Forums to solve the problem; Hey guys Recently installed a new SSD into my laptop and fresh copy of Win 10 Enterprise I'm getting a random CMD popup every now and again, still... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by GoUwSiE69, Jun 9, 2018.

  1. GoUwSiE69 Win User

    CMD Popup (Arguments in the command line are invalid)


    Hey guys

    Recently installed a new SSD into my laptop and fresh copy of Win 10 Enterprise

    I'm getting a random CMD popup every now and again, still trying to catch it with a screenshot next time I see it.
    But what I could manage to read while it briefly pops up is something along the lines of

    "arguments in the command line are invalid"
    (and a bunch of other text that I can't read in the short amount of time)
    and then it dissapears again. As far as I can tell its completely random.

    How could I get more info on the pop up, or just get rid of it completely?

    TIA

    :)
     
    GoUwSiE69, Jun 9, 2018
    #1
  2. mohitgupta02 Win User

    connection failed because of invalid command line arguments

    Hi
    i want to develop apps
    but i am getting same error i.e. "
    connection failed because of invalid command line arguments"

    when i am running emulator.
    i am running sdk 7.1 on windows 8
    plz rply..
     
    mohitgupta02, Jun 10, 2018
    #2
  3. ikn0kia Win User
    Command line arguments?

    Are there any command line arguments I can use to create shortcuts to individual apps like Sync, Messages etc?
     
    ikn0kia, Jun 10, 2018
    #3
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