Remove double qoutes from text file using SED in SQL 2003

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SQL Server
SQL Server 2003
Text manipulation
Windows XP Professional SP3
This goes along with my previous question "How to remove specific lines from a text files using either vbs or bat." I am having issues removing the double quotes our app uses in its export as a separator for some fields. The command I use in ssed is ========CODE=================== "s/"//g" =========END OF CODE============ But it is returning a error code at the bottom of the echo showing the operation is working with all quotes replaced with nothing saying "ssed can't read:>  Invalid argument" Any ideas? The qoutes are at the leading edge of all lines as welll as in the lines.

Software/Hardware used:
server 2003,SQL 2003, xp PRO SP3
ASKED: November 9, 2010  9:20 PM
UPDATED: November 10, 2010  2:11 PM

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