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Q: CMDS Help

My laptop was going through a file reset but then suddenly turns off. After it says other user and I wasn't able to get in. I found a YouTube video that helped me get it to a trouble shoot and then reset it to safe enable. When I got in the whole screen
was black! I was able to get it the cmds but not sure how the cmds work. It states C: \Users\Administrator> right now and now I am stuck here.

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Preferred Solution: CMDS Help

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Respected Person,
Whenever I am switching on my computer, I find the display- CMDS TIME/ DATE NOT SET. thereaffter I need to go to Adjust Date/Time section. why this problem arise and how to solve it?

A:CMDS TIME/DATE not set

Boot into Setup (Bios or CMOS) and adjust the time and date Save and Exit. When you boot into Windows make sure you are in the right time zone. If your computer continues to loose time, you will need to change the CMOS battery on the motherboard. .

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Hi guys,

I'd be eternally grateful if you could help me in any way!

OS: Windows Vista
Machine: Acer Aspire 5715Z laptop

Unfortunately a family member used my machine, and since then the machine has become infected with a virus (or two...). They used Firefox, and downloaded some software that they subsequently deleted, so I can't be sure what it was.

Symptoms:

Open an IE window > extra tabs are opened with a random IP address in the address bar (all beginning 8).
Try to close IE > other IE windows are spawned.
Open Windows Explorer > Task bar disappears and Windows Explorer immediately closes

The symptoms can be temporarily relieved by disabling the processes in the Startup tab of MSConfig (named cmds and BM1fa22c55), and deleting the Registry entries at HKCU/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Run. The virus is creating a couple of obvious dlls in the following locations (although I know next to nothing about dlls/viruses etc.!):

Rundll32.exe "C:\Users\Emily\AppData\Local\Temp\myqxuect.dll",s
rundll32.exe C:\Users\Emily\AppData\Local\Temp\wvuSjgDW.dll,c

I cannot delete the files as I get the old "the file is open in another program". When deleted from the registry, the two main culprit dlls reappear immediately. I've seen the name "MS Juan" in the registry, and also in autoruns/processexplorer - is this the actual virus? Lavasoft Ad Aware SE Personal reported a total of 5 other viruses/trojans that I marked t... Read more

A:Solved: cmds and MS Juan

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I did a search but I coudln't find an answer for this.
I a mtrying to create a simple batch file that offers a user a choice it would simply do an ECHO prompting the user to select either choice 1 or 2, if the user selects choice 1 it would process the xcopy cmd with the /D flag, if the user selects option 2 it would use the same xcopy cmd but without the d flag.

What I am trying to do is simply create a small backup method, the /D being the one that backs up the files tha thave only changed while the straight xcopy cmd would be considered a full backup.

Option 1 - xcopy c:\QUICKB~1 F:\MumBackup\QUICKB~1 /D /E
Option 2 - xcopy c:\QUICKB~1 F:\MumBackup\QUICKB~1 /E

I did some reading on how to do this ,but I am still puzzzled.
 

A:If Cmds & Batch File

tripped said:

I did a search but I coudln't find an answer for this.
I a mtrying to create a simple batch file that offers a user a choice it would simply do an ECHO prompting the user to select either choice 1 or 2, if the user selects choice 1 it would process the xcopy cmd with the /D flag, if the user selects option 2 it would use the same xcopy cmd but without the d flag.
Click to expand...

not going to code the whole batch for you, but some suggestions.
you can use set /p to get your user input. for more info on set, type set /? on your prompt.
also, for if statements, if /?. If you are on older OS, there is a choice command you can use to get user input.
 

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I am new to programming and am starting with Java. It is all going ok but it is becoming time consuming typing the "cd" command to change the directory of the CMD to the locations of my Java programs every time I want to compile or execute my program as it defaults to C:\Users\Mike every time I restart CMD.

To save time, I want to be able to double-click an icon on my desktop to run a command which will change the default directory to my programming folder. I then want to click another icon on my desktop to change it back to the original.

Can somebody please give me the basic CMD code for changing the default directory (if there is one)? I will insert my directories afterwards.

GreenLightPC

A:How can the CMDs directory be changed using a batch file?

Hello GreenLightPC

I don't know about a *.bat file. But, I think I may have an easier way.

Create a shortcut to Command Prompt anywhere you like. In the Shortcut properties, change the Start In: to your desired directory.

Hope this is what you wanted.

Cheers!

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I recently downloaded a malware by accident it was 'Mail.ru' but using Malwarebytes and avast I removed it quickly.
 
Every 3 hours or so command prompt open and tries to download malware or virus, but Malwarebytes stop it before damage is done.
 
Is there any way to stop this.

A:Some sort of malware (Mail.ru) is begin downloaded using cmds

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This was all typed on a slightly unresponsive laptop keyboard. Forgive the spelling errors, I tried to correct them as much as possible. This post was written as I was conducting the diagnosis' and tests in a notepad file.

My Setup

Windows 7 x64 bit
C:\ is my partition for my OS.
Custom built PC.
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Summary of problem

I was using the PC, quite a big load on the RAM 4-5 GB out of a total of 6 GB was being used.

Internet bandwidth was completely utilised, Chrome open with many tabs, ripping flac from a CD, testing films I've downloaded and downloading foobar2000 all at the same time.

All of a sudden both screens go black. I wait a while. I press ctrl+shift+esc, the primary screen flickers to my desktop for a couple milliseconds and then back to black. I then tried a load of other shortcut like ctrl+alt+del, win+L, Win+D etc. Nothing. I hit the power button (set to sleep) in the hope that It'll go t sleep and I'll be able to boot up roughly where I left off. On boot up, BSOD then dumps memory to disk. On a fresh boot I now had a flashing underscore post checking nvram message that did nothing.

The commands below aren't in the exact order that I did them as I've started this text file a couple hours after fiddling about trying to figure out what's going on. I did do a /fixmbr and /fixboot (Can't recall if /fixboot went smoothly at his stage as it doesn't execute as it should later on) and rebooted. This wa... Read more

A:Windows 7 will not boot up! Tried all BootRec CMDs, Repair, DISKPART and CHKDSK /R

OK, it sounds like you are corrupting data somehow. If I was the one working on that machine I would pull the HD, plug it into another machine, download and execute hddscan and check the smart status of the drive.
Second I would download and burn memtest to a CD and run a memory test on your machine.

Now if there are any errors with memtest you need to shut the machine off, pull a stick of ram and see if the error persists, if it does then keep at it tell you find the culprit.

With hddscan if anything is yellow or red your HD is shot. It's time to put in a new hard drive and reload your operating system.

If everything comes back clean then load your Win7 disk and go to the command console and you can re-write your MBR with the command "bootrec /fixmbr". I would also execute the command "chkdsk /f /r". If any of them ask if you want to dismount the partition or hard drive in use say yes.

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Hi!

My Sony VAIO laptop computer is not feeling well.

I have Windows Vista 32 bit, which i have (presumably) upgraded to at least SP1.
As for Service Pack 2, i can not install it due to the problems i am about to describe.

When i first log into Windows, i log in as my only user account (named "Lizard"), which is also my administrator account.

Among the very first messages i get is an error from RunDLL stating that "Error loading C:\Users\Lizard\AppData\Local\Temp\ddcAsqpO.dll".

After closing that alert - everything works just fine for between 2 to 20 minutes.

Then, i get another message that says "Host process for Windows services stopped working and was closed.".
After this error message, my beloved laptop goes through a Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde tranformation.
Everything related to Windows Explorer goes in slow motion, if i - for instance, want to save an image i have created - i have to wait for several minutes before the computer unfreezes. That is, if i'm lucky enough to get it back in the first place.
I have tried to get relevant updates for Windows; apart from Service Pack 2 i have also tried to use Windows Update, but i get an error message during the download procedure and then nothing is installed.

The same applies to Spyware Doctor, a program that used to run regular scans of my computer earlier, but now has been paralyzed by something.
Beeing a happy amateur, my investigations have produced very little.

I have, however... Read more

A:CMDS malware, blocked Windows Update and "Host process stopped working"

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