• FoxPro for DOS

    Sir, I developed software in FoxPro for dos. In Windows 95, 98 my software working normal, but in Win XP software slow speed, not a database, CDX corrupt, etc. Please give me answer.

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  • MS-DOS code to delete old Files

    I am using Windows XP and need to write a DOS batch (.bat) file that will delete old files from a directory. This will run on a schedule and will not require human interaction to input any data. My problem is, I am not good at writing batch files. I can do the basic 101 type stuff, but finding...

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • Cloud security against DOS and DDOS

    Which Intrusion Detection Systems are currently used in cloud environment to mitigate DOS and DDOS attacks?

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  • Windows batch script to extract text from PDF

    I need to automate the conversion of a PDF file to text format, or extract the text from the PDF file. Is there a Windows batch script that is available to do this, or a good freeware that I can download.  One that is compatible to run on Windows XP, Vista or Windows server 2008. A freeware that...

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • Martin

    Software user but with some database development experience

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  • How to create a Windows 98 bootable USB using IMA file.

    I want to create a bootable USB using IMA file, having Windows 98 boot files. I have created a bootable CD by using this. I have checked this on SATA DVD Writer Drive. It was working fine. It contains this. http://i.imgur.com/eTz1cWX.jpg OR Provide me a bootable ISO, so I can use it with DOS prompt...

    Xaphar220 pointsBadges:
  • How to get print on any HP printer from DOS mode Foxpro software?

    I have prepared software in DOS mode (Foxpro 2.5) and doing well with Dot matrix printers but now the demand for Deskjet print out has increased and I am unable to provide the same as the commands from DOS mode. It's not supported to print on Deskjet printers... Anybody know the solution? Can...

    Srmsoft5 pointsBadges:
  • Help with multiple for loop in a DOS batch script (Part 2)

    Below is a copy of a batch file, GetItemNum.bat, I created to loop through files in a PO directory and output certain data in all the LINEITEM and LINDESC fields. Below is a copy of the PO_FILE I am working with. In the LINEITEM field I want the 12 character data that is in the 38[sup]th[/sup]...

    ITKE347,805 pointsBadges:
  • Unzip a file using the command line

    I am trying to unzip a file from the command line using java to do the extraction. The following statement works; but the problem is, the extracted files end up on the C drive. How do I specify the folder for the extracted files? C:Program FilesJava\jdk1.6.0_24\bin\jar xf c:\tes\tTEST_1.zip

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • I need to Install a .Reg file into registry SILENTLY

    Hi Folks I need to Install a .Reg file into registry silently! On a question I posted here a month ago, I asked about preventing the dreaded "Desktop Recovery" appearing for no reason after a re-start OR cold boot. Because of the answer I got here on this site, I was able to track it down to a...

    MacsPC235 pointsBadges:
  • can not explore NAS server after reinstalling windows 7

    Hi. I have a problem after reinstalling PC with Windows 7 Ultimate, I can't explore NAS server (Buffalo). But ping in DOS command still works. It happened to 3 PCs. If you have any suggestion would be helpfull for me. Thanks.

    Azhyev115 pointsBadges:
  • Help with mutiple For loop in a DOS Batch script

    Below is a copy of a batch file, GetItemNum.bat, I created to loop through files in a PO directory and output certain data in all the LINEITEM and LINDESC fields. Below is a copy of the PO_FILE I am working with. In the LINEITEM field I want the 12 character data that is in the 38[sup]th[/sup]...

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • Batch scripting question: Progress Indicator

    Hello all,  I write quite a few batch scripts and have never really come across how to display some sort of progress counter for the file. Is there a way to do this or does it depend on the type of script that I am running?   Thank you.

    Techy1984225 pointsBadges:
  • Window SC Command

    I am using Windows “sc” command line program to query the status of services of a particular software that is installed in Windows 2008 server environment.

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2000′s IP address

    From a DOS prompt how can I find out what my Windows Server 2000's  IP address is and how can I verify network connectivity?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Help with multiple tokens in a DOS batch file

    I need some help using multiple tokens in a DOS batch file. This is what I am trying to do;

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • Network connectivity problem with Windows XP SP2

    my network says I am connected but when I browse it will not show anything and it says Done. We have other unit which connected in the same network and it has no problem. If I try to restart my unit, at first I can browse but later on it stop and it will not change anything, but the connection says...

    Jackulbond00730 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Why New Systems Fail

    This week's free IT book is Phil Simon's Why New Systems Fail: An Insider's Guide to Successful IT Projects. Simon provides the necessary framework to "minimize the chance of system failure before, during, and after beginning IT projects." Win this book for some real-world and specific tips, tools...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Remote copy from DOS to Linux

    Is it possible to copy folder from Linux to Dos env via dos command. I want to copy folders from Linux os over network when I fire the command from DOS env. Please any one give step by step guide. Don't tell me to copy from Linux cause it is not possible. I have only Dos Env and connected thru lan...

    Subhendu Sen28,890 pointsBadges:
  • I am writing a batch file that will be run from a DVD to copy some necessary files to a location specified by the user.

    I am writing a batch file that will be run from a DVD to copy some necessary files to a location specified by the user. I have used switches to get Yes or No input in the past. How do I get a drive location from the user and then verify that on the current system so I can return an error echo?...

    Techy1984225 pointsBadges:

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