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Bills Gate

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  1. @ Alanoll : Yes, calling them individually would indeed be the best option, but sadly I don't have the ability to modify the code that executes the first file, it's a routine written by someone else which calls a single reg file of a pre-determined name which can not be changed or it doesn't find it. Thats the best soloution for sure, but I regret it's not an option, but thanks lots for your time and input, I did not know you couldn't call one reg file from another... darn... Sincere thanks to you ! @ jdoe : if you read my second post in this thread, you would have seen that at the moment they
  2. Hmmm, that doesn't help Im afraid, but thanks lots for the prompt post !!!! My reasons for needing this particular line of code are very very specific. Without going in to an over elaborate explanation, I must be able to call the runonce.reg file from the last line of the tweaks.reg and need to know the line of code I would use to do that, given they are in the same folder.. At the moment the two files are infact one big long file which does run fine, but for clarity of editing I would prefer to use two files and call the second one from the end of the first one... Can anyone tell me what cod
  3. Hi guys, Im new here and Im trying to make my first unatteneded.. I know this a dumb question, but how do I call one reg file from another reg file ? I know how to call a batch from within a batch, but I just don't know what code to use to call a reg file from a reg file... I have two registry files, one called tweaks.reg and one called runonce.reg, I want to keep this layout for clarity of editing... What code do I need to add to the end of the 'tweaks.reg' to get it to call the 'runonce.reg' after it ? Both files are located in the same folder. and before you all start shouting to search the
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