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About DataCracker7899

  • Birthday December 20

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  1. yeah but the text will blink so so what jaclaz
  2. ping it in batch just type @echo off color a cls ping 123.456.789
  3. What do you mean what is DataCracker7899 looking for?
  4. Perfect. OP: What you are suggesting is NOT about having blinking text, but rather about cyclically clear and re-display the whole console text area. jaclaz No you cant have cls command on one line sorry.
  5. That is very easy here is the code title G7 NanoHax color a @echo off title G7 NanoHax cls :123 cls echo YOUR TEXT HERE goto 123 then save as NameMe.bat and as 'All Files' you can download a example i made down there called 'Blinkin'' it's in zip cause it didn't allow .bat there is .exe version too. there is no malware virus spyware adware rootkits or anything malicious Blinkin\'
  6. you have to use the cd command
  7. make batch file start C:\Windows\System32\Notepad.exe then save as .bat and all files. when you run it it'll open notepad
  8. blackshot
  9. What i have used: Website: AVG: Great , i suggest and keeps viruses away and keeps performance. free trial Kaspersky: Worst ever protection: not really good, slows performance forever. paid Norton 360: Very Good very good protection and keeps performance. shows site security detaileadly free trial additional good tools: Malwarebytes ANTI-MALWARE: very good malware and adware etc protection free version CCleaner cleans registry errors etc... free forever spyware doctor is okay to but i have only those that are above //AndreG7899 a.k.a DataCracker7899 administrator of G7 NanoHax
  10. Hello. If the issue happen when installed Windows update, usually we can perform a system restore to solve the issue. For your symptom, I suggest to boot into Safe Mode first. (press F8 repeatedly and choose safe-mode) Go to Start > Search > type "cmd". Right-click cmd.exe > Choose "Run as administrator". Type in the following command and hit ENTER: sfc /scannow Repair any faults that comes up. If no error disappear, go to Start > Search > type "rstrui" > Hit ENTER. Then restoring to a previously known working restore point。 If Safe mode is not possible, and through the Windows 7 installation DVD the only recovery option you get is: Start-up repair. Did you receive any error message when you click other options on WinRE? Try to change another installation disc for test, also check if any unnecessary hardware connect with PC (USB drive etc.) If this issue is that the machine can't boot into desktop, I think it would be urgent for you, could you please try the in-place upgrade? This is a quick solution. How to Perform an In-Place Upgrade on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 & Windows Server 2008 R2 Before re-installing the system, this is the last option for system file corrupt issue (I think there would be some system files corrupted if you can't boot into safe mode either), and the impact is smaller than a fresh installation. If you don't know ho to do and in-place upgrade it's like this: As i mentioned that you will see the following options when booting from the DVD: "The System Recovery Options: - Startup Repair - System Restore - System Image Recovery - Windows Memory Diagnostics - Command Prompt" 1. Have you tried to use the "Startup Repair" option? If it works? 2. If you have created any restore point, then you can use "system restore". 3. If you have created backup of your machine, then we can use "system image recovery". 4. Use "Command Prompt" to run "sfc /scannow" and restart the machine to check if it works now. 5. If none of them works, then the only solution is to re-install the machine if you can't log into the desktop. Thanks. Also notice: 1. Usually there would be a restore point created when installing update. 2. It may be hard to troubleshoot the issue now. Have you checked if you can see the options(Windows Memory Diagnostic and Command Prompt) now with the new installation? or Boot with WIN7 DVD , select custom installation , and go for repair the previous installation. or Insert the Windows DVD and boot it . Now from the menu list select the ‘Command Prompt’ option. At the DOS prompt type the following three commands: bootrec.exe /fixmbr bootrec.exe /fixboot (may return an 'Eliment not found' message) bootrec.exe /RebuildBcd Close the command prompt window and click the ‘Startup Repair’ option. The repair process may take some time, so wait until the process complete . Remove the System Repair DVD and click ‘Restart’. Reboot the computer. Hope this helps. Also guess how old i am? you might be surprised Regards, Andre Goodarzi a.k.a DataCracker7899 from G7 NanoHax
  11. You need CD-R /.G7 NanOScriptZ
  12. Download the scripts from my page. There is no viruses,malware ,spyware or anything harmful. it's a ZIP file that has 2 files in it One is Executable and other one batch. DOWNLOAD HERE: HERE! or from below! /.G7NANOZ_ANDRE7899 G7 NANOSCRIPTZ -
  13. easy you can change blue text. title HAXCOM :ST4RT color a @echo off title HAXCOM cls echo Your Text Here goto ST4RT and special animation title HAXCOM color a @echo off title HAXCOM cls ping localhost -n 2 >nul echo Your Text Here ping localhost -n 2 >nul echo second text here pause