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How to convert a .exe to a .Bat file?

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#1 Emile


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Posted 16 September 2009 - 11:58 AM

To use a game I need to run a .exe file to clean some files and folders (a zapper) When I try to execute this .exe or I get a B2e (batch to exe?) error or it does not run.

Can I convert this . exe to a .bat file with atool?

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#2 Romeo29


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Posted 17 September 2009 - 04:33 AM

A batch file with extension BAT is converted to an EXE file using many tools available on internet. These tools offer many types of options like : protecting the batch file, encrypting its contents etc, allow extraction using a custom switch etc. Thus it becomes nearly impossible to extract BAT from EXE. So chances of extracting a BAT file from an EXE are very low and there is no clear method to do so unless you are the person who created the EXE in the first place.

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