## Need help copying an Embeeded file to a local folder

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judasmaster
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### Need help copying an Embeeded file to a local folder

Hello!
I have a simple question, I think I might be donig something wrong.
I want to replace a *.wav file in a local folder with the one embeeded in my batch file using the MYFILES variable, however It just wont copy nor I can replace the file with it either.

This is an example of my very simple batch file

rename c:\temp\sound1.wav c:\temp\sound1old.wav
copy %MYFILES%\sound1.wav c:\temp

so far the only thing that works is the rename part, but I just cant get my embeeded *.wav file to copy, I tried to change the file name but still I can't make it work... It might be somethig really sipmple but I would appreciate the help. (b.t.w. I have all permissions to write on c:\temp)

support
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Don't forget about quotes:

copy "%MYFILES%\sound1.wav" "c:\temp"

judasmaster
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Joined: Sat Nov 28, 2009 2:36 am

### I figured it out.

Hey thanx, I tried with the quotes, but for some reason it was still not working... I might have misstyped something...

However I found a way around it since the embeeded giles are decompressed on C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data folder by using:

copy "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\sound1.wav" "C:\temp\sound1.wav"

It works just fine!

thanx for the support!

support
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Please try:

echo %MYFILES%

should return:

C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data

tbs2002
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support wrote:Please try:

echo %MYFILES%

should return:

C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data
can you give me example ?
how to write it form beginning
do you mean :

echo %MYFILES%
copy "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\sound1.wav" "C:\temp\sound1.wav"

is that what you mean ?