|This is a Microsoft program found on Windows 95, 98, and ME operating systems that is used to extract files from a Microsoft cabinet (.cab) file.
The command syntax for this program is:
Microsoft (R) Cabinet Extraction Tool - Version (16) 1.00.603.0 (08/14/97) Copyright (c) Microsoft Corp 1994-1997. All rights reserved. EXTRACT [/Y] [/A] [/D | /E] [/L dir] cabinet [filename ...] EXTRACT [/Y] source [newname] EXTRACT [/Y] /C source destination cabinet - Cabinet file (contains two or more files). filename - Name of the file to extract from the cabinet. Wild cards and multiple filenames (separated by blanks) may be used. source - Compressed file (a cabinet with only one file). newname - New filename to give the extracted file. If not supplied, the original name is used. /A Process ALL cabinets. Follows cabinet chain starting in first cabinet mentioned. /C Copy source file to destination (to copy from DMF disks). /D Display cabinet directory (use with filename to avoid extract). /E Extract (use instead of *.* to extract all files). /L dir Location to place extracted files (default is current directory). /Y Do not prompt before overwriting an existing file.
|Size (in bytes)||46656|
|File Date||08/24/96 11:11:10 AM|
|Scanned From OS Version||Windows 95|
|Scanned from Service Pack||4.03.1212|
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