Command Prompt

  • NaNoBoT
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Post 3+ Months Ago

post your most used commands...

this would proberly be mine

ipconfig /all

which brings lots of useful information which you carnt get within windows.. :arrow:
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  • whatlikesit12345
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well i use

ping http://www.dogpile.com

a ton because i will loose internet and i will just make sure that its not the site.
  • Freakyp
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cd
exit
del
tree
  • Lemn-Ayd
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Generally it's something like:

dir *.jpg /s /b /-p > jpglist.txt
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tracert :lol:
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I use
netstat -n
to view which of my port are open and look out for hackers who may be connected to my computer... then after I see their IP's I go to a site and trace then back :D
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how about..
fdisk
format [drive]:
sys [drive]:

:lol: I work at computer store :lol:
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my command prompt wasn't working for the longest time, then it just started working again out of the blue.

anyways,
tracert, is always a good one
ping, good for checking connection
ipconfig, more network stuff
ftp, simple ftp program, good for batch files
etc. (not a command, just implying that there are some other commands I will use every now and again)
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dir
cd
cd..
cd\
die (always hit this typo in dos)
ping -t
pathping

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