# Recent content by Glip

1. ### How to change the network type?

Another variant of the problem - please MS, re-model the Windows networking category architecture! I have had this problem as well, again a little bit different from everyone else. I have a standard home network with a router/gateway with DHCP server. When I connected using DHCP IP assignment...
2. ### Windows 7 Copy to c:\ doesn't work with batch file

Thanks for the suggestion; I'll try it. I'm still curious as to why this problem exists only when executing batch files direclty. If somebody can explain this, even if it's years from now, please do!
3. ### Windows 7 Copy to c:\ doesn't work with batch file

A new quirky find has come up for the good part. I 've got it working, in a sense. I didn't tell you how I ran the batch file. Well I just right clicked on it and select 'run as administrator', which gives the file not found error. Now, when I go into an elevated command prompt first, navigate...
4. ### Windows 7 Copy to c:\ doesn't work with batch file

No unfortunately it doesn't. :-) Note that you had the slash wrong (should be a back slash: xcopy .\txt.txt C:\) so that it works in non protected locations (not C:\). But copying to C:\ still doesn't work. Do you have some other way to point to a file in a non direct way (but relative to the...
5. ### Windows 7 Copy to c:\ doesn't work with batch file

Thanks, at least that works i.e. copy d:\txt.txt c:\ pauseBut the following does not (it gives the file not found error): copy txt.txt c:\ pausewhere the file txt.txt is in the same folder as the batch file (on C: or D: - doesn't matter). Apparently it is not possible to apply 'relative'...
6. ### Windows 7 Copy to c:\ doesn't work with batch file

I have a little strange problem under Windows 7 x64 using the copy command at the command prompt. If I enter the following command at an elevated command prompt: copy somefile c:\ it copies the file somefile to c:\. Now when I create a batch file from this command and run it with admin...