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Is it possible to change your I/O address using a batch file? and if so how
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I don't think batch files are that powerful (as its just a sequence of DOS commands)
Try VBScript or JScript.

Edited by darth_ash, 04 November 2005 - 04:42 PM.

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Are you sure I/O address was what you meant, and not, perhaps, IP address? I/O address refers to the physical memory address of system devices; IP address is the "Internet Protocol" set of four numbers that uniquely identifies you on the Internet. In either case, the answer to your question is likely no: the I/O address is part of the Windows kernel, and the IP address is set by your ISP.
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I don't think batch files are that powerful (as its just a sequence of DOS commands)
Try VBScript or JScript.



Were would i get thoses programs at?
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