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Dylan0001

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Ok I Have Downloaded A Few Programs That Were Recommended To Me By Rorschach112 In The Malware Removal Forums... and would like help on how to write a batch file thats runs all of the programs at once.... and also clicks on the buttons that start scans and accept prompts etc.

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You don't. Batch files are not designed for this.
What you really want is something like this: http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/
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could you do me a huge favour and give me a quick rundown on how to use it lol.... i would really apprecitate it
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something like This? manuals have an odd way of explaining functionality
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could you do me a huge favour and give me a quick rundown on how to use it lol.... i would really apprecitate it


I don't need to.
Please see http://www.autoitscr...pad/notepad.htm for a tutorial involving Notepad. The general idea will soon follow.
Of course if you can master AutoIT, you may want to consider moving onto other languages as well.
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