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  1. So, I’ve tried the code you’ve recommended and unfortunately the script: move "C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates\Dolphin" Dolphin-backup doesn’t work it says Access denied in the log. However, thanks to you I was able to get it to work by using 3 different scripts: "{7z}" x "{file}" -o"C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates" -y ren "C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates\Dolphin-x64" Dolphin robocopy "C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates\Dolphin" "C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin" /w:1 /r:1 /e /xo del /s /q "C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates\Dolphin Thanks a lot for your reply and keep up the great work.
  2. So, it worked I had to use two custom scripts but it won’t let me overwrite the folder. It says "A duplicate file name exists, or the file cannot be found." I've tried placing a /y & -y at different locations but it says "The syntax of the command is incorrect." I assume the overwrite command doesn’t work in the same context as renaming the folder? In order to correctly overwrite the file is there a Cut/overwrite command? Also, just out of curiosity are these scripts/commands are they the same from DOS & 7-zip? I remember doing something similar as a kid when I use to play Warcraft 1 through DOS. Thanks and sorry for so many questions... "{7z}" x "{file}" -o"C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates" -y ren "C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates\Dolphin-x64" Dolphin Cut folder “Dolphin” to “C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators” & overwrite OR Copy folder “Dolphin” to “C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators” & overwrite del /s /q "C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates\Dolphin"
  3. I still need help though with that unnecessary folder though I've tried the -x"Dolphin-x64" method listed above and it doesn't seem to work. I assume that would delete the folder before it extracts the files? I think I have to use the wildcard support method and I've gone to the link but it's confusing. Does it only work for Linux operating systems? Like I don't see a download link for the software or is it even software? Folders don't have extensions so I am a little confused on how I would do this. Also for programs like MusicBee where the name constantly changes based on the version, I'd assume I'd enter the rename command after the file is downloaded and rename it to whatever. Anyways, thanks a lot this program and your support is amazing. "{7z}" x "{file}" -o"C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates" -y ren "{Dolphin-x64}" Dolphin
  4. Just got back home from work and the variable method worked wonderfully. I didn't even know there were internal settings let alone the log files which really helps pinpoint the problem. Here's a copy of the log file in case you're wondering. 7/20/2018 5:49:27 PM: Advanced Renamer: Executing command: 7z x -y -o"C:\Program Files (x86)\advanced_renamer_portable\Updates" "C:\Program Files (x86)\advanced_renamer_portable\Updates\advanced_renamer_portable.zip" 7/20/2018 5:49:27 PM: Advanced Renamer: Command result: Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\Program Files (x86)\Ketarin-1.8.9>7z x -y -o"C:\Program Files (x86)\advanced_renamer_portable\Updates" "C:\Program Files (x86)\advanced_renamer_portable\Updates\advanced_renamer_portable.zip" '7z' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. C:\Program Files (x86)\Ketarin-1.8.9> I got the variable method to work though, so I'll stick to using that for now on. Oh and I don't know if it's just my 7-Zip but the exe is now called 7zG.exe. This software is literally godlike. You guys did an amazing job, thanks a lot and keep up the great work.
  5. Thanks for the quick response, I really appreciate it. I'll try the global variables method when I get home from work.
  6. Well I just turned off my computer yesterday night and turned it back on when I got home from work and now the commands/scripts that I got previously to work for extracting the file aren't working anymore. It's almost like it can't find 7-Zip anymore for some strange reason. I've tried reinstalling 7-Zip both 32/64 bit, adding it to the exception list in firewall and turning off my Anti-Virus (ESET Nod32 Antivirus). I’ve tried two different commands for multiple zip/7z files but it’s still isn’t working with Ketarin, any idea? I am also using Windows 7 64-bit operating system. Anyways to answer your previous question when you download Dolphin from https://dl.dolphin-emu.org/builds/dolphin-master-5.0-8251-x64.7z and you extract it, it comes in a folder named Dolphin-x64. I want the files inside the folder to overwrite the location. I don’t want the folder named Dolphin-x64. I have the downloaded file set to download here: C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates\dolphin-master-5.0-8251-x64.7z & I want to extract it to this location C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin. So, when I had the previously command/script working it would place the folder named Dolphin-x64 into that location rather than overwriting the files. Like I stated previously I don’t want the folder just the files inside the folder to overwrite. This command doesn’t seem to work anymore in extracting the file, I don’t believe I did anything wrong. 7z x -y -o"C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin" "{file}" I’ve also tried a similar command with BGB 7z x -y -r -o"C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\BGB" "{file}" *.exe *.dll
  7. Sorry for bothering you again, but I have three questions. The first is; how to extract the files then I want to move the files to a specific location then I want to delete the folder that the zip/7z created. Step 1: 7z x -y -o"C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates" "{file}" Step 2: (Move files) or (Rename folder that is extracted and overwrite files in location)? Step 3: rd /s /q "C:\Program Files\Launchbox\Emulators\Dolphin\Updates\Dolphin-x64" "{file}" My next question is; I assume when you extract the files to a location with the existing files it will automatically overwrite those files, right? My last question is; do you only need Uniextract if 7-Zip can’t extract a certain file extension? It seems to work fine for 7z/zip.
  8. Sorry for the late response, I've been pretty busy due to work. Thanks a lot though, I got quite a few of them to work now. I'll try to find a different URL rather than Mega.
  9. Ketarin Command: Extract 7zip Overwrite And/Or Silent Install & Mega Link? So, I recently learned of Ketarin and so far, I am loving it. Thanks to this guide I was able to figure out how to do the silent install. https://wiki.ketarin.org/index.php/Setup_instructions So far, I can’t figure out how to extract a zip file and do an overwrite of the existing files and/or if it’s an .exe to do a silent install. I’ve found this link for the Ketarin file cmds, but I still can’t figure out how to get the zip files to work. https://wiki.ketarin.org/index.php/Commands Wouldn’t it be something like: 7z x-y -o”{ F:\Program Files\JDownloader\Updates} F:\Program Files\JDownloader\Updates\” “JDownloader2_Clean_Installer” *.exe *.dll Like I am suppose to take out the quotes or ? Can Some one please give me an example of how to write it out it out properly, thanks. I also assume if there’s no exe involved I would just take out the *.exe *.dll part. The other problem is how to get the default URL’s to work for websites like Mega in order to do a file update. I can’t seem to figure out how or where to get the default URL for the Mega link. Example Link: https://mega.nz/#!LJ9FyK7b!t88t6YBo2Wm_ABkSO7GikxujDF5Hddng9bgDb8fwoJQ Anyone with any information regarding these matters I’d greatly appreciate it, thanks.
  10. Thanks, I was able to figure it out thanks for that Setup Guide wiki link.
  11. I’ve figured out how to download and update the file. But every time I click the install button it says Software Name: Skipped since no setup instructions exist. Am I suppose to set up instructions for if it’s a: .exe or a .zip file & etc? Is there a way to have it silent install in the background using the same prior settings? The only way I currently update the files with this program is by right clicking Open file after it downloads the update. Also, I get an error (the downloaded file is not a binary file type etc status code 200 etc) whenever there’s a delay in downloading the file from the manufacture’s site. Example: Please wait a few seconds before the download starts. Is there a way to fix this without relying on filehippo? Any information regarding this matter would greatly be appreciated, thanks.
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