Did you try to simply re-install Replay?
I used to have Replay installed, and I don't remember it having anything to do with Windows Task Scheduler! If
you have the neccessary license key to reinstall Replay, please allow me to encourage you to first install Revo Uninstaller Pro (30 days freee trial), and then use it to uninstall Replay. http://www.revouninstaller.com/
Install Revo and when it is open, just 2x click Replay, and wait while Revo first is scanning.
=> it is then best to use Revo's setting "Advanced" (default is "Moderate").
Then re-install Replay, and the problem has hopefully left, without wrestling the Task Scheduler.