Installation batch files

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Mar 3, 2009
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#1
Each time I update V17, all appears to go well. The first time TCMD runs, it opens three batch files in my editor, UltraEdit, which has an alias UE. The latest install opened EXE1711.tmp.bat, EXE181B.tmp.bat, and {8D6AF0B5-09CB-4925-9FDA-4FA803CA220F}.bat. The files reside in c:\uses\duke\AppData\Local\Temp.
 
Mar 3, 2009
6
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#3
EXE1711.tmp.bat contains:
@echo off
ATTRIB -r "\\?\C:\Users\duke\AppData\Roaming\JPSOFT~1\TAKECO~1.51\install\641A2FC\tcmdx64.msi"
:try
del "\\?\C:\Users\duke\AppData\Roaming\JPSOFT~1\TAKECO~1.51\install\641A2FC\tcmdx64.msi"
if exist "\\?\C:\Users\duke\AppData\Roaming\JPSOFT~1\TAKECO~1.51\install\641A2FC\tcmdx64.msi" goto try
ATTRIB -r "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\EXE1711.tmp.bat"
del "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\EXE1711.tmp.bat" | cls
EXE181B.tmp.bat contains:
@echo off
ATTRIB -r "\\?\C:\Users\duke\AppData\Roaming\JPSOFT~1\TAKECO~1.51\install\641A2FC\tcmdx64.msi"
:try
del "\\?\C:\Users\duke\AppData\Roaming\JPSOFT~1\TAKECO~1.51\install\641A2FC\tcmdx64.msi"
if exist "\\?\C:\Users\duke\AppData\Roaming\JPSOFT~1\TAKECO~1.51\install\641A2FC\tcmdx64.msi" goto try
ATTRIB -r "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\EXE181B.tmp.bat"
del "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\EXE181B.tmp.bat" | cls
{8D6AF0B5-09CB-4925-9FDA-4FA803CA220F}.bat contains:
@echo off
del "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\45e90cbb871c2c296a9da8bf08c28ab3\updater.ini"
del "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\45e90cbb871c2c296a9da8bf08c28ab3\updater.dat"
:again
if not exist "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\45e90cbb871c2c296a9da8bf08c28ab3\updater.exe" goto end
if exist "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\45e90cbb871c2c296a9da8bf08c28ab3\updater.exe" del "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\45e90cbb871c2c296a9da8bf08c28ab3\updater.exe"
goto again
:end
rmDir "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\45e90cbb871c2c296a9da8bf08c28ab3"
del "C:\Users\duke\AppData\Local\Temp\{8D6AF0B5-09CB-4925-9FDA-4FA803CA220F}.bat" | cls
 
Jun 2, 2008
286
1
#5
I suggest checking your .bat extension association. Perhaps you told Windows to open a .bat file with UltraEdit and accidentally left "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file" selected?