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How to run bat file in background? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Run a completly hidden batch file I have a bat file that open a window and show a lot of information, which bother me a lot. How could I run the bat file in background?
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execute batch file in invisible mode [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Run a completly hidden batch file How do I execute batch files at startup so that I won't see the cmd like black window. I have this batch file which I use to attach vhd ...
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Batch file with DOS box hidden? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Run a completly hidden batch file On XP(SP3), is there a way to run a batch file without the DOS box being displayed at all (not just minimized)? I tried several things, ...
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Windows 7 startup batch file hidden [duplicate]

I followed a guide to create a batch file so I can delay a program from starting up for a few seconds. (I didn't want to use a 3rd party tool) The thing is I don't want to see that cmd window for X ...
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Starting mongoDB without a visible CMD [duplicate]

I have a batch file that looks like this: del db.log start /b mongod --dbpath %~dp0 --logpath db.log It should delete the existing log file, and then start mongodb without creating a new cmd, ...
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Generic Stealth(er) for Programs [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Run a completly hidden batch file Is there any program (is it even possible) that I can call from a batch file (.bat) like this: > stealthlaunch PROGRAM And it will ...
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How do I create a Windows process that runs in the background [duplicate]

I started using something thats been speeding up my Internet connections and I want to run it continuously in the background. I want a .vbs that will run the cmd command ping -t <IP Address> ...
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How do I create a Windows Batch file that does not show the Command Prompt when executed?

I have installed a ruby gem called Redcar, which is launched from the command line. When it runs, it steals the shell until it terminates, so I have to create a new shell window to continue doing ...
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How To Execute Cmd.exe Silently?

I use below code in Run dialog of Windows XP. cmd /c "C://Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CS4/Photoshop.exe" You may replace the program path any program installed on your system. The problem ...
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Stop taskeng.exe window from popping up

I have several processes scheduled in my Windows 7 environment, mainly for backups, that are supposed to run in the background. However instead of just doing it's work quietly in the background, the ...
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Avoid “system will shut down in 10 minutes” using shutdown on windows

Is it possible to avoid the message that displays that the system will shut down in ten minutes if using the following command? shutdown -s -t 3600
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How do I get a .bat file to run in Task Scheduler at PC Startup?

Alright so I have been reading through the various answers on Super User for this question and no one has seemed to actually post a way of running a .bat file in Task Scheduler at PC startup. I would ...
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How to run a process in the background without keeping a batch file open?

I have a Windows service (the Bamboo integration server) that runs a batch file as a subprocess (a build job) of that script. Within that batch file I would like to be able to start a process (let's ...
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Task Scheduler - how to run powershell script with multiple parameters?

I am using powershell.exe as the Program and "-Command "& C:\Windows\logon.ps1; exit $LASTEXITCODE"; ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned" as the Parameter, but it doesn't seems to be working. Some ...
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How to run a HTML file from Notepad++?

I'd like to run a HTML page so I configured the Execute / F5 command as following: chrome.exe http://localhost:8080/$(FILE_NAME) It works when the HTML file is located in the root of my Workspace (...

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