Ok I figured it out. It's an installer bug. Here is what you have to do to fix it.
1. Go to task scheduler. You will find an entry for TT RGB PLUS.
2. Click on the Actions tab and you will see C:\program and that's it. This is where task scheduler is supposed to point to the directory where TT RGB PLUS program lives. The Task Scheduler doesn't know where to start the program. >>> The reason is some programmer didn't use "" around the link if there are spaces in the link. Thermaltake is notorious for placing spaces in names EG: TT RGB PLUS.exe It should be all on word or at least have TT_RGB_PLUS.exe. Anyway, C:\program files is the first space in the link so it skips the rest of the path. It should of looked like this "C:\Program Files\tt\tt RGB Plus\TT RGB PLUS.exe". You see how many spaces there are. This is 2nd week programming class here.
Here is the fix:
3. Anyway, click on the tt rgb plus entry listed in task scheduler
4. Then right click it and go to properties.
5. Click on the "actions tab"
6. Then click on the "start a program" entry where you see the partial entry.
7. Then select edit from the bottom. Once you get into edit you need to click browse
8. Navigate to the tt rgb plus.exe. It's path should be here unless you changed it. "C:\Program Files\Tt\TT RGB Plus\TT RGB Plus.exe" select that TT RGB PLUS.exe program..
9. Here is the actual fix, Once the newly corrected link is selected, place "" around it like this. Exactly like this "C:\Program Files\Tt\TT RGB Plus\TT RGB Plus.exe". If you don't place "" around it then it will do what it did before and break the link.
10. You will need to make sure all the other fields are empty so you can clear out the junk incorrectly parsed in those other fields making them blank
11. Click OK.
You can now close task scheduler and restart your computer.. Bamm it works and the TT RGB PLUS software starts like it should when the computer starts up.