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NirCmd is a small command-line utility for Windows that allows you to do some useful tasks without displaying any user interface.

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nircmd monitor off - monitor turns back on after a few seconds

This doesn't seem like a problem specific to nircmd as it occurs with other software to turn off the monitor such as Dark Tool - Dark Tool was suggested in this article https://www.maketecheasier.com/...
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CMD | Command to change position of monitor on dual monitor display setup

I'm a newbie to cmd, but I've managed to create 2 bat files that switches between primary displays (Display 1 and Display 2). I did this to simplify the process of running a dual-monitor splitscreen ...
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Focusing a window in cmd with Nircmd

First time posting. I have been playing around with creating macros that can individually adjust the sound of individual application. Found that Nircmd has the commands that I want for example if I ...
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NirCmd setsysvolume startup issue

Copying the string "nircmd.exe setsysvolume 49151" (without quotes) into command prompt works, when i copy it into an example.cmd file and doubleclick to open it, it does not work. What am i doing ...
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how to close a specific instance of a process using nircmd?

I have been using the following command to try closing the notepad file "temp.txt" opened on the windows. nircmd win close title "temp.txt" But this command seems not to work. If I try the below ...
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NirCMD - Command line screenshot with incremental numbering

NirCMD is a free command line utility. I am using it to take the screenshot at a fixed time interval. (NirCMD reference). I am trying to get it index the image names so that it would be img1.png ...
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NirCmd won't run on Windows XP

I am using the NirCmd Command Line utility. It works fine on Windows 10, but I am trying to use it on Windows XP SP3. It says that it is not a Win32 compatible program. The website claims that it ...
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Nircmd not recognized in directory

I've an interesting issue; I added nircmd.exe to my directory by running it as administrator and going through the prompts, and confirmed it was in the directory by looking in C:\Windows. Yet ...
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Shortcut created with script not showing up in Start Menu

I've just started trying to use nircmd. When I made a shortcut in a batch script, the shortcut was successfully created in the folder for my user's Start Menu > All Apps (%AppData%\Roaming\Microsoft\...
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Create shortcut using app path

How can I create a shortcut (perhaps using NirCmd) to Acrobat.exe using the path in HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\Acrobat.exe and parameters /A "page=10" "file.pdf"?
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Nircmd: Invoking monitor using 'enter' key goes back again to monitor off state

I have created a shortcut with below command to turn-off laptop monitor (referred from this web link). “C:\path\to\nircmd.exe” cmdwait 1000 monitor off This solution is working fine for turning off ...
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remove password using cmd if user name is of two words

I want to change password using cmd.exe but I can't do this. :( Because the user name is of two words(e.g. Engr. Saud). It works only on One word. How I tell cmd.exe as both words are Single user name?...
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Nircmd | Setting Volume | set specified volume amount (*/100)

Nircmd is like a variable to windows already built-in cmd and comes along with great informative, most especially brief documentation. SETTING VOLUME (commands) changesysvolume change ...
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Find what program or device turns display on

I'm using program NirCMD to turn display of computer off. "C:\Program Files\nircmd-x64\nircmd.exe" cmdwait 1000 monitor off How can i tell what device or software turns it back on?
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cmd.exe at \\computername to run on remote machine

My original problem was the NirCmd remote \\PC_D ... (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd.html) was failing. I tracked that down to it using at \\computername command which is not working on all ...
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NirCmd Screen stays black after waking up from sleep mode

I have a computer that should have 0 user interactions. I want it to turn off and on on specific times. Right now, i have a command that puts the computer to sleep. However i also need a task that ...
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Turn off specific display of the two connected. Windows 8.1

I searched over here about turning off display on windows. I have a secondary display connected to my laptop. I use it sometimes, but sometimes it creates distraction and I want to turn it off. I ...
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sending keypresses to a process using nircmd

I'm trying to use nircmdc to send a keypress to a background process (without bringing it to front). More precisely, i'm tring to send Ctrl+Shift+S to notepad++.exe: nircmdc win postmsg process ...
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NirCmd won't copy to windows directory

I was suggested to use NirCmd from this quesiton. However, when I pressed the "Copy to windows directory" button, I got this error. Why?
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Setting cmd with default command and user defined message

On button click in a winform application I am executing cmd.exe file (Using system("cmd.exe");), which opens perfectly fine and displays the following: Microsoft Windows XP [Version 6.1.7601] (C) ...
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My monitor doesn't auto-turn off!

I have Windows Vista and I've set up my display to turn off after 1 minute of inactivity in Power Options. However, it simply doesn't. I also tried a utility called "nircmd" which has a "power ...
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Windows Task Scheduler and possible permission problems

I use NirCmd (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd.html) to enable me to run commands such as "power off the monitor", "mute system volume" from the command-line (and I highly recommend it, BTW). My OS ...