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Re: [BATCH WORLD] Re: Running a batch file on Windows' Exit

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  • Klaus Meinhard
    Ahmad, ... there are several possible solutions. A pure batch solution is indeed to set BootGUI=0 in MSDOS.SYS, and have your autoexec.bat execute win and then
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 1 1:31 AM
      Ahmad,

      > > Executing the batch file in question is in deed needed on exit and
      > > not on start up.

      there are several possible solutions. A pure batch solution is indeed to set
      BootGUI=0 in MSDOS.SYS, and have your autoexec.bat execute win and then your
      shutdown batch like this
      ...
      all commands now in autoexec.bat
      c:\windows\win.com
      mode ...... (enter the values for your screen here)
      call shutdown1.bat
      call shutdown2.bat

      which will probably work in win95 and in win98 if acpi is configured right.
      More help would be possible if you tell us exactly what you want to achieve.

      A look at http://www.barefootinc.com and their autoshutdown prog may be useful
      too.

      Viele Gr��e, best regards,

      *Klaus Meinhard*

      Author of the 4XBTM batch collection at
      http://home.t-online.de/home/K_Meinhard/
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