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Where can I find this "cmd.exe" file?
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Title asks it. I can't find it on the search as instructed. Where can I get it?

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-Antoine-





C:/Windows/System32
Thanks, but, this might sound profound, but how do I get there? I kept searching and searching for it.

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-Antoine-





Originally posted by Masterlink
Your Main Drive Letter Here:/Windows/System32

Fixed.
You just type "cmd.exe" in the search bar.

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Kept you waiting, huh?
IFF you are using WIndows, hit Windows Button + R, paste C:/Windows/System32 into the bar that appears and hit enter.
You now are in a big folder with tons of stuff, find cmd.exe and COPY it to where ever you need it.


An alternative to using cmd.exe for tools and such is a .bat file by the way, which would just contain your command and is an executable file you can save where ever you want, an example would be a .bat file containing this:
xkas.exe file.asm rom.smc
@pause

This would run xkas to apply a patch [file.asm] to your ROM [rom.smc], and then wait for you to press a button so it can close [@pause] (the pause isn't necessary, but I like to do it anyway).
That of course also works with multiple patches at once, which would look like this:
xkas.exe file.asm rom.smc
xkas.exe otherfile.asm rom.smc
[more entries here if needed]
@pause

I find .bat files to be much faster and easier to work with, because you don't need to type the same damn thing a hundred times when testing a patch or porting a ROM, just execute the .bat file and let it handle everything.

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Originally posted by leod
An alternative to using cmd.exe for tools and such is a .bat file by the way, which would just contain your command and is an executable file you can save where ever you want, an example would be a .bat file containing this:
xkas.exe file.asm rom.smc
@pause

This would run xkas to apply a patch [file.asm] to your ROM [rom.smc], and then wait for you to press a button so it can close [@pause] (the pause isn't necessary, but I like to do it anyway).
That of course also works with multiple patches at once, which would look like this:
xkas.exe file.asm rom.smc
xkas.exe otherfile.asm rom.smc
[more entries here if needed]
@pause

I find .bat files to be much faster and easier to work with, because you don't need to type the same damn thing a hundred times when testing a patch or porting a ROM, just execute the .bat file and let it handle everything.

That. However, since windows is apparently made for morons, you can't create a BAT file without also creating a blank txt file by default. To fix that, make sure you set up your windows to show file extensions (I can't think why anyone would not have it that way, but that's the default) then you can just make a txt file and rename it as a bat instead of having to create multiple files.
Originally posted by HuFlungDu
Originally posted by leod
An alternative to using cmd.exe for tools and such is a .bat file by the way, which would just contain your command and is an executable file you can save where ever you want, an example would be a .bat file containing this:
xkas.exe file.asm rom.smc
@pause

This would run xkas to apply a patch [file.asm] to your ROM [rom.smc], and then wait for you to press a button so it can close [@pause] (the pause isn't necessary, but I like to do it anyway).
That of course also works with multiple patches at once, which would look like this:
xkas.exe file.asm rom.smc
xkas.exe otherfile.asm rom.smc
[more entries here if needed]
@pause

I find .bat files to be much faster and easier to work with, because you don't need to type the same damn thing a hundred times when testing a patch or porting a ROM, just execute the .bat file and let it handle everything.

That. However, since windows is apparently made for morons, you can't create a BAT file without also creating a blank txt file by default. To fix that, make sure you set up your windows to show file extensions (I can't think why anyone would not have it that way, but that's the default) then you can just make a txt file and rename it as a bat instead of having to create multiple files.

Well, there's other way:
Instead of saving normally the .txt file, go to "File type" and change it to "All Files", the put a .bat at the end of the filename.

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Kept you waiting, huh?
Ooooooh, tough luck. I'm actually using the Business Center's Computer, so since they put restrictions, I can't program it. :(

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-Antoine-





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