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Easy RunOnceEx.cmd


Do you want it to be easy to create RunOnceEx.cmd  

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  1. 1. Do you want it to be easy to create RunOnceEx.cmd

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Ok, so I have this bad habit of finding my own answer not 30 seconds after posting a question.....sorry for that.

Now that I've got the program is there someone who has a full database similar to what was in RunOnceEx.cmd Creator?

Thanks much

David

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  • 2 weeks later...

what is program path?

what do i put in the program file path when i go to add a program

and once im done doing all this where do i actually put the real software files?

when im done all of that am i done...will xp install my software for me?

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@hakeem5454

you seriously need to read the unnateded guide then i suggest rereading it,, because i seriously doubt that you would ask the questions thats you do, if you really took the time to read the unnatended guide properly

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  • 4 weeks later...

just got done using this to add a few things to my runonceex and it deleted entries in my custom runonceex that inserted registry settings for registration for certain files. can you maybe add an option to install registry patches for each application that gets installed?

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Nice language, thanks for your kind response. But sometimes things are not possible.

proggie apparently dead, try using RunOnceExMaker.

Because i don't have much time anymore, i think the best thing to do is to use the other program.

Please excuse me for this inconvenience

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