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DosProbie    97
= AeroGlass Backup & Restore Tool = 

 

File Download (rev. code) => https://copy.com/HZzzymF4j293

 

Info:

- AeroGlass Backup & Restore performs five types of operations - backup, restore, enable or disable aero and launch AeroGlass website.

- Easily backs up all of your AeroGlass activation files, license key and registry settings from your working setup.

- Quickly restores AeroGlass back if you need to reinstall Windows 8.1 at a later date.

- Tested and fully working with "Aero Glass for Win8.1 1.2.5" with Windows 8.1 OS.

 

Advantages:

- No need to manually downoad symbols again or reinstall AeroGlass every time you do a Windows reinstall.

- Backs up your license key and all acivation files automatically for you quickly and easily.

 

~DP  :yes:

 

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Yzöwl    30

Just from a quick peruse of your batch code, I have already identified an error!

 

change

echo/|set /p =%date%  @ & %time/t

to

echo/|set /p =%date%  @ & time/t

Also if the file is intended for Windows 8.1, would it not be prudent to begin with an OS check first?

 

example:

VER|FIND " 6.3.">NUL||GOTO :EOF

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jaclaz    906

May I ask what is the need/use of this?

echo/|set /p =%date% @ & time/t

:unsure:

 

I mean, either of these:

echo %date% @ %time%
echo %date% @ %time:~0,5%

seem to me like doing fine.

 

jaclaz

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DosProbie    97
Matter of personal choice, did not want down to seconds and miliseconds or 24hr military time. So I went with something cleaner and streamlined to a 12 hr clock with am or pm.

 

My time script shows

6:09 AM

 

The Two you posted shows

6:09:02.80 or just 6:09 without the ante meridium and post meridium 

 

~DP

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jaclaz    906

Now I see, thanks. :)

I am used to have (default for Italy International Settings) 24h time (which is not "military time" as it misses the Alpha ... Zulu suffix ;)).

jaclaz

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