Go to to Start > Run
Type in box
Note: the space between the X and the /u
This command will:
Reset the clock settings.
Hide file extensions, if required.
Hide System/Hidden files, if required.
ComboFix's uninstall hasn't been resetting my clock time back to normal. It's still in Military time.
EDIT: Moved to more appropriate forum
Can anyone please direct me to a batch file or command line string that will change this back? I really need it to be through Command Line and not the control panel!
Secondly, I'd really like to know how to SHOW file extensions and System files through the command line. If the ComboFix batch files weren't so freaking crazy and messy as to keep people guessing I would attempt to comment out those parts, but I just decided to not even bother. Please, I really hate that ComboFix hides these and would love to know how to fix it. Only through Command Line, though! I can do it in the UI but it takes far too long.
LARGE batch file
copy "Software\Virus and Malware\ComboFix.exe" "C:\Combofix.exe"
start "" /WAIT "C:\ComboFix.exe"
Obviously the batch file is closed when starting ComboFix or it's uninstaller, so I use two different entry points. I want to add a separate option to show File Extensions and Hidden/System files.
Edited by garmanma, 02 August 2009 - 09:26 AM.