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MgmTest

bat2exe not work win x64?

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MgmTest    2

Me Need Help For bat2exe but not working for delete files in win x64.

test in win x 86 working.

@echo off
echo.
cls
del "%ProgramFiles%\test\azqq\ Sample Image.png"
erase /q /a /s "%ProgramFiles%\test\azqq\Sample Image.png"
echo.
exit

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Tripredacus    285

Which version of Windows?

Try putting your folder someplace other than Program Files, since on more recent OSes, that is a protected location.

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MgmTest    2

erase /q /a /s "%ProgramFiles%\Test\Test E ff\Support Files\Plug-ins\Effects\Synthetic Aperture\(CF3 Support)\Preset Sample Image.png"

I did everything but still this file in the mentioned address doesn't getting deleted in windows x64. what else should I do?

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submix8c    89
erase /q /a /s "%ProgramFiles%\Test\Test E ff\Support Files\Plug-ins\Effects\Synthetic Aperture\(CF3 Support)\Preset Sample Image.png"

I did everything but still this file in the mentioned address doesn't getting deleted in windows x64. what else should I do?

DUH!!!!

Which version of Windows?

Try putting your folder someplace other than Program Files, since on more recent OSes, that is a protected location.

%ProgramFiles% = "Program Files"

1) WHAT is the x64 OS? (XP, Vista, Win7) - name it!

2) Put file in NOT the "Program Files" directory for test!

Repeating the same test will yield the same result. ;)

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allen2    1

My 2 cents: it could be that %programfiles% is "C:\Program Files (x86)" when interpreted with bat2exe.

You'll know if you try to echo %programfiles% and pause right after.

Just tried it on windows 2003 x64 and it returns "C:\Program Files (x86)" and it most likely because a 32bit process can't launch a x64 one so environment variables are set in 32bits mode after being launched from 7zipsfx 32bits.

A quick and dirty trick works by replacing the 7zip x86 files with x64 ones (after unpacking bat2exe with 7zip) but upx and the reshacker present with bat2exe doesn't seems to works on x64 that so you don't get the icon and the final file isn't upxed.

Edited by allen2

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Test this on Windows 7 x64 VBS script using Admin Cmd Promt

This image show using %ProgramFiles% varibles as missing and not able to delete the folder

post-5386-0-33908900-1351535029_thumb.pn

This image show confirm and deletes folder using %SystemDrive%\Program Files (x86)\ to make the

path to the folder for delete.

post-5386-0-33182100-1351535171_thumb.pn

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Correct Way


Dim DelPath :DelPath = Act.ExpandEnvironmentStrings

Yours The Wrong way


Dim DelPath :DelPath = Act .ExpandEnvironmentStrings

You have a space where there is suppose to none. That is what your error

is about. The period should be character 28 folowed by the Expand at 29

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MgmTest    2

Why?

C:\Users\Documents\Delete Software.vbs(4, 55) Microsoft VBScript compilation error: Invalid character


***** script completed - exit code: 1 *****

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