On Thu, 4 Sep 2008 07:03:42 -0500, "Karl Townsend"
>I need to search my whole computer in all folders for these files and delete
>them. I'm trying to make a command file to automate the process. The
>commands below will do one drive.
>I'd like to improve this batch file by prompting for which drive to clean.
If camclean.bat is in your path you can do something like
del /s DMC32.DLL
del /s DMCBUS32.DLL
del /s DMCGC32.DLL
del /s DMCNET.EXE
del /s DMCNET.TLB
del /s DMCPAR32.DLL
del /s DMCREG.OCA
del /s DMCREG.OCX
del /s DMCSER32.DLL
del /s DMCSHELL.OCX
del /s GLWDMISA.INF
del /s GLWDMISA.SYS
del /s GLWDMPCI.INF
del /s GLWDMPCI.SYS
Then start the command with something like "camclean g".
This would switch to drive D:, go to the root directory and
then run your list of commands, pause to see what happened
and then close the prompt window hitting any key. Remove the
"exit" if you want the window to stay open for more use.
If you forget to feed it a drive letter it will just do the
current drive where the batch file is located.
I've got some other ideas, but I haven't tested them yet.
The problem with batch files is getting user input into
them. Locating the old Choice.exe and using it can work with
multiple choice questions, otherwise it gets messy.
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