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[WIN7] Closing a cmd window after batch file... Trying to make a simple batch file that will open a new instance of notpad++. Now run any command, the Command Prompt window will stay open as long as you will keep it open. The behaviour within a batch file is different to the interactive behaviour. The command prompt closes before I can read anything and preventing it from closing could help find the source. I hope this helps some scripter out there with login scripts they are writing. Move them where you want them to be on the desktop so that they are placed in the areas you want them. Third Way You can prevent Command Prompt window from closing after running commands through adding a Registry Key in the Windows Registry.

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CMD window will not close after Batch file executes CloseMainWindow This command acts as if you’d clicked ‘close’ X button I have tested it with xampp control panel powershell ps xampp-control. Since there is none, cmd. Any help would be appreciated. In any explorer window, open the View tab, then at the right, press options. You surely have the syntax wrong. By default, Explorer does not spawn separate processes, so you can’t kill one process without killing all windows, the taskbar and everything else explorer does.

Batch script Have you tried, echo off rem Starting default batch file — no messing around! Consider that you are speaking to a child. The apparent exception, which a previous poster hinted at, seems to be if the immediate next command is ‘exit’. That means your batch file runs genm. Many people think they’re the same thing. I then have to go back to program 1 and click the X in top right of window to close it. I have a batch file that does the following.

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CMD window not closing after batch file Complete novice here so please forgive if the answer is obvious. Here is what I found fixes the issue. Second Way The second way I am going to show you is also a simple method. You are not, but pretend like you are! Below you will find a copy of my login script to set gadgets up on Desktop when a user logs in. You do it with Console.

How to close cmd or command window after executing a program How are you launching the batch file? If you know the name of the executable that the batch runs then you can check System. Code: echo off echo genm. This will keep the Command Prompt window open until you do not press any key. Is there a way to exit it when it is done, or even suppress it? Therefore, the command must be as I showed earlier. I had failed to realize the fact that Win32 executable now run synchronously in command windows. Windows Registry Editor Version 5. This is the very easy and handy way to prevent the Command Prompt window from closing after running commands.

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[WIN7] Closing a cmd window after batch file... On the other hand, the console window itself cannot go away until there are no more references to it. I’m also confused by the ability to run iexplore. In earlier Win versions, especially the Win9x varieties, they always ran asynchronously, unless you forced them to wait wth the Start utility. You can make a batch file to run at a particular delay on an action triggered in your machine. I have a script that updates the desktop gadgets your profile should launch upon login. New to batch files, first try actually.

CMD window will not close after Batch file executes I have tried many variations with identical results. You can also just copy and paste the lines in to an existing login script if your using them to do other things like mapping drives or printers and such. And when I do like you said just start iexplore. From a command line or from an explorer window? For this, type the following code in your Notepad and save the file with the. Either that or the Skype executable is actually a true command console application. How are you launching the batch file? Tom Lavedas I see your point, yet in this particular case the stated object was to force the command window to close. At least for what we want, its the same.

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CMD window not closing after batch file To make sure you don’t misunderstand: This is not a batch issue! You will love this program. I have tried many variations with identical results. You can demonstrate this in a command prompt: run iexplore. From a command line or from an explorer window? It turns out the exit was not required and was therefore not appropriate. If I understood you correctly and the window you want to close is a kind of a control panel which redefines Window close message than this should work as run from cmd and assuming there is only one instance of the process : powershell ps MySystemManager. If my proposal doesn’t work there is probably no chance to force quitting the exe process unless genm. I hope this clears things up.

Close Cmd Window after Batch File Runs Then in quotes if spaces exist the command to run. Invoking a batch file will automatically open the Command window. How to change explorer to open a window in its own process? Maybe you’ll find the solution. You’ll note that I’m careful to distinguish between cmd. When the commands being specified are finished, the command prompt window it opened up remains open.

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3 Ways To Prevent Command Prompt From Closing After Running Commands











[WIN7] Closing a cmd window after batch file...

Trying to make a simple batch file that will open a new instance of notpad++. Now run any command, the Command Prompt window will stay open as long as you will keep it open. The behaviour within a batch file is different to the interactive behaviour. The command prompt closes before I can read anything and preventing it from closing could help find the source. I hope this helps some scripter out there with login scripts they are writing. Move them where you want them to be on the desktop so that they are placed in the areas you want them. Third Way You can prevent Command Prompt window from closing after running commands through adding a Registry Key in the Windows Registry.

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CMD window will not close after Batch file executes

CloseMainWindow This command acts as if you’d clicked ‘close’ X button I have tested it with xampp control panel powershell ps xampp-control. Since there is none, cmd. Any help would be appreciated. In any explorer window, open the View tab, then at the right, press options. You surely have the syntax wrong. By default, Explorer does not spawn separate processes, so you can’t kill one process without killing all windows, the taskbar and everything else explorer does.

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Batch script

Have you tried, echo off rem Starting default batch file — no messing around! Consider that you are speaking to a child. The apparent exception, which a previous poster hinted at, seems to be if the immediate next command is ‘exit’. That means your batch file runs genm. Many people think they’re the same thing. I then have to go back to program 1 and click the X in top right of window to close it. I have a batch file that does the following.

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CMD window not closing after batch file

Complete novice here so please forgive if the answer is obvious. Here is what I found fixes the issue. Second Way The second way I am going to show you is also a simple method. You are not, but pretend like you are! Below you will find a copy of my login script to set gadgets up on Desktop when a user logs in. You do it with Console.

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How to close cmd or command window after executing a program

How are you launching the batch file? If you know the name of the executable that the batch runs then you can check System. Code: echo off echo genm. This will keep the Command Prompt window open until you do not press any key. Is there a way to exit it when it is done, or even suppress it? Therefore, the command must be as I showed earlier. I had failed to realize the fact that Win32 executable now run synchronously in command windows. Windows Registry Editor Version 5. This is the very easy and handy way to prevent the Command Prompt window from closing after running commands.

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[WIN7] Closing a cmd window after batch file...

On the other hand, the console window itself cannot go away until there are no more references to it. I’m also confused by the ability to run iexplore. In earlier Win versions, especially the Win9x varieties, they always ran asynchronously, unless you forced them to wait wth the Start utility. You can make a batch file to run at a particular delay on an action triggered in your machine. I have a script that updates the desktop gadgets your profile should launch upon login. New to batch files, first try actually.

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CMD window will not close after Batch file executes

I have tried many variations with identical results. You can also just copy and paste the lines in to an existing login script if your using them to do other things like mapping drives or printers and such. And when I do like you said just start iexplore. From a command line or from an explorer window? For this, type the following code in your Notepad and save the file with the. Either that or the Skype executable is actually a true command console application. How are you launching the batch file? Tom Lavedas I see your point, yet in this particular case the stated object was to force the command window to close. At least for what we want, its the same.

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CMD window not closing after batch file

To make sure you don’t misunderstand: This is not a batch issue! You will love this program. I have tried many variations with identical results. You can demonstrate this in a command prompt: run iexplore. From a command line or from an explorer window? It turns out the exit was not required and was therefore not appropriate. If I understood you correctly and the window you want to close is a kind of a control panel which redefines Window close message than this should work as run from cmd and assuming there is only one instance of the process : powershell ps MySystemManager. If my proposal doesn’t work there is probably no chance to force quitting the exe process unless genm. I hope this clears things up.

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Close Cmd Window after Batch File Runs

Then in quotes if spaces exist the command to run. Invoking a batch file will automatically open the Command window. How to change explorer to open a window in its own process? Maybe you’ll find the solution. You’ll note that I’m careful to distinguish between cmd. When the commands being specified are finished, the command prompt window it opened up remains open.

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