What would you like to do?
Is there a hex editor that can make the same edit on multiple files via batch?
Yes. Just highlight all the files you wish to edit, right click and select "Get info". Then type in the artist name or whatever you want to change as normal and select "Ok" wh…en you're finished.
To create a batch file, click on Start > All Programs > Accessories > Notepad. Enter the commands you would like to execute. Click on File > Save. When prompted for a file nam…e, you must select the file type "All Files (*.*)". Make sure the file name ends in ".bat", such as "dostuff.bat". The file will be saved in the folder you specified. It can be executed by double-clicking on the file.
in your batch file type: Move (the directory or folder and the file) space (the directory you want it in) example: move "C:\\Users\\%username%\\Desktop\\text.txt" "C:\\U…sers\\%username% You can change the %username% to your username but %username%is the variable for your username
Well, here is your answer: type this on your notepad: @echo off title "your Title" color 0a set /p a="your question or whatever you want to ask" later if you want to view the …text the operator wrote for your question,type this: echo %a%
Hmm ... making a virus here?
OK well first you would need a webstie to open. Lets say it is google. This would be the script: ________________________ @echo off start www.google.com start …www.google.com start www.google.com exit ________________________ That would open google three times hope that helps!
There are many ways to make menus with a batch script. This depends on how you want the menu to look and the user to interact with it. If you want a text based menu, that woul…d probably be the easiest for you to make and can be done strictly with batch commands. If you want a windows menu popup that a user can click a selection, it's a bit more complicated because it requires the use of VBS (Visual Basic Script). - Example 1: (MS DOS Only) But here is a short example that should get you started. Note: you could get a copy of choice.exe from the FreeDOS project and use it instead if you don't have the original choice.com file. @echo off Echo Item 1 Echo Item 2 Echo Item 3 Choice Option: /c:123 If errorlevel 3 goto Item3 If errorlevel 2 goto Item2 If errorlevel 1 goto Item1 goto EOF :Item1 CLS Echo You chose "Item 1". Pause goto EOF :Item2 CLS Echo You chose "Item 2". Pause goto EOF :Item3 CLS Echo You chose "Item 3". Pause goto EOF :EOF - Example 2: (Without the Choice Command) @echo off Echo Item 1 Echo Item 2 Echo Item 3 set /p Item=Choose: if %item% EQU 1 goto Item1 if %item% EQU 2 goto Item2 if %item% EQU 3 goto Item3 goto :EOF :Item1 cls echo You chose "Item 1". pause goto :EOF :Item2 cls echo You chose "Item 2". pause goto :EOF :Item3 cls echo You chose "Item 3". pause goto :EOF
You can't download a program that makes a batch file to do what you want to do. You will need to legally learn about hacking, and then write the file yourself.
You can't "disable" a computer with something as simple as a batch file. You would need to learn a lot more about hacking, in a legal way. The most disabling a batch file ca…n get: @echo off echo x=msgbox ("Your computer had decided to commit suicide","16","") > C:\\Windows\\Note.vbs start C:\\Windows\\Note.vbs taskkill -f -im explorer.exe exit
A batch file is too simple to be able to hack passwords. You'll need to learn a lot more about hacking, in a legal way, script kiddie.
1. Click on the Start Menu 2. Click on the Run command 3. Type in: cmd 4. Type in: help This should help you a lot with commands. Use: help for details on a certain… command. Example: help echo Use the echo command to make the batch file talk. Example is: @echo echo "This is what they will see" Make sure to include the ""s.
go to bing.com and type in Hex editor neo (neo is better) and it should be the first on in the list of links and download it. yes it is safe to download my computer said so
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Although I have only ever played TES IV: Oblivion on PS3, I assume you can if you're playing it on a PC. However, I would not recommend this, as you can seriously mess up your… game. The last time I used third party software to edit traits in a game on my PC, I had trouble completing the quests because the game engine did not recognize that I was actually doing the quest. There's no evidence to support the claim that using the third party software actually led to the quests not being able to be completed, I can only assume that that was the reason why that happened. And what I mean by me having difficulty completing quests is that, when I tried to complete certain miniquests, such as giving an item that I had picked up on the quest to an NPC, it would not give me the option to hand them said item.
You can only do it with regetit.exe, and plus if you are asking to change it with a batch file ... trying to make a virus?
Create a command script (or batch file) with the following commands: @echo off copy *.* Replace with the desired folder (may be relative to the current folder, or an explic…it, fully-qualified folder). Note that the batch file will also be copied. You may alter the wildcard in order to limit which files you wish to copy, or use a series of copy commands to copy individual files, including wildcards where required.
Place a shortcut to the batch file in the Start-up folder in the start menu. Note that each user has their own Start-up folder but there's also an all-users start-up folde…r (the Start-up folder in the start menu is a virtual folder showing the aggregate of both folders). Right-clicking the Start-up folder in the start menu will allow you to "Open" or "Open All Users", where the former applies only to the current user. The user's startup folder can be found in: "c:\\users\\\\appdata\\roaming\\microsoft\\windows\\start menu\\programs\\start-up" Any shortcut placed in this folder will be executed each time you log on, but not for anyone else. The all-users folder is: "c:\\programdata\\microsoft\\windows\\start menu\\programs\\start-up" Any shortcut placed in this folder will be executed regardless of which user logs on. Note that although you can place binary executables, scripts or batch files in the start menu, it's best to use shortcuts and place the executable itself in an appropriate folder of the program files folder.