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Hey one and all. I am namely curious as to what the command for "eject d:\" would be. do any of you know it? (writing a batch file) thanks for any and all help.


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Nothing native to XP, but Google gave me this: Eject CD 1.0. No idea if it's good ot bar or free or not, never used it.
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Thanks. I'll look into it.
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thanks, it worked great.
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Glad to hear it worked. Is it free?
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yes sir. 100% free. here's a copy of the code I wrote.

@ECHO OFF
:start
ECHO.
ECHO need a cup-holder?
ECHO.
pause
msg * here's one. use with caution :)
start G:\Files\programs\ejectcd
GOTO start

:)
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Okay, you peaked my interest so I tried it. Nice. Not very useful to me, but a nice gizmo anyway. Thanks.
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haha. I can't actually claim credit for the idea for that one. I heard about someone I know doing it, and so I had to try.
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here's a file I titled "DO NOT OPEN...SERIOUSLY"

Removed malicious script.

There's absolutely no reason for script or code that forces looping. This is not a playground.

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[email protected], my recommendation would be to remove your last post. Too much like a virus for my liking.
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