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December 15, 2012
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Take Ownership And Backup With Date And Time CMD by E-MC-2 Take Ownership And Backup With Date And Time CMD by E-MC-2
Take Ownership - Backup With Time And Date CMD

Better Code For Time Date Format AM / PM For .bak

This Will Replace Your SndVol.exe
Moves Old SndVol As Shown In Preview Image

This is Like A Tutoral Example: You should use this format
and replace SndVol.exe with whatever you wish
to Take Ownership Backup And Copy ... To Update Your File.

You don't really need CLS With @ECHO OFF
You don't really need EXIT
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Y-N-1-F Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Your instructions are pretty vague.....EXACTLY what does this do?
Y-N-1-F Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
I'd like to see a preview of this.....
Take ownership means ... allow files to be renamed or deleted.
The idea is you want to replace a file with another version
of a file that has the same name. Military time is used so you
don't have a problem if you do it more than once.

The reason... Most likely the file you have is infected.... or
does not work right...or you are making a modification.

You could be changing your c:/windows/explorer.exe file
because the new one has a nicer icon...

I gave you the permission... take ownership structure
I gave you the rename old to backup structure
I gave you the copy structure... you have to have the
ability to know where the old file is.

If you are using it for explorer.exe
You have to change c:/windows/system to c:/windows
for all the paths...

Sorry the whole concept is so vague...
You actually have to be familar with the way windows
works... to grasp the concept.

I suggest you forget about using it... because you don't need
to change anything... just use your computer the way it is.
Y-N-1-F Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Ummmm. I know all about Take Ownership bud.

What I was asking was for you to explain what your mod of the SndVol.exe does.
I mod system files, customize, all the I'm not stupid. But I don't see any difference that this makes.
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