All it does is insert the ping statistics but the ping keeps going.oh lol , i see , didnt say it at first n i was like eh
try CTRL + pause/break
there is abutton that says pause and break... try that
That's more complicated that I want to go with getting ctrl+c working, it's nothing critical I just don't want to keep having to close my command prompt when I get a running ping going.oh its fine, i just dont want to give any informatoin that sounds too complex and confuse people , if you know about IT then excellent... Have you considered making a batch with SET command? then you at least you can define the address and then output the results to a text file ?
Yes, ctrl+c/v does it's indented copy/paste.You have tried that key combination in other circumstances and it does work?
Do you run anything that might be altering a specific key, possibly under specific circumstances?
You might try going to Control Panel - Ease of Access - Make keyboard easier to use and turn on Sticky Keys. Perhaps being able to hit the keys one at a time might help, in case there is a timing issue.
New keyboard driver?
Edit: Does it make a difference if the system has been asleep or after a cold boot?
scripts are easy to make , but if thats the goal then fine.
you can always replace the -t to -n X
X = the amount you want to ping by
ping wwww.google.com -n 20
would ping 20 times then SHOULD STOP
Nope, not using powershell.for me personally the only thing i can think of is if powershell is used?
other members may have other ideas please wait