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Windows 7: Auto Extract Rar/Zip files

07 Jan 2013   #31

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

It works, not much changed.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Digital7 View Post command runner it made this note "Executing: D:\UnRAR.bat "D:\_Downloads\I.Hate.E08.Teenage.Girlfriends.HDTV.x264-FiHTV""I.Hate.E08.Teenage.Girlfriends.HDTV.x264-FiHTV" "" multi
Is that a copy and paste because I can see a couple of errors?
1st is your download folder "D:\_Downloads" or "D:\Downloads"?
2nd check your cmd that Command Runner runs as theres no space between the download location and the display name (FiHTV""I.Hate) ("%D" "%N").

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07 Jan 2013   #32

WIN 7 x64

The copy paste was edited by me for u know the reasons
1. Download folder is D:\_Downloads
2. There is space in command runner
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07 Jan 2013   #33

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Press Windows key + R to open the run dialog and put in the command

D:\UnRAR.bat "D:\_Downloads\I.Hate.E08.Teenage.Girlfriends.HDTV.x264-FiHTV" "" "" multi

Replace the folder with the correct one that contains the RAR files and click ok, does it work?
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07 Jan 2013   #34

WIN 7 x64

yeah the cmd prompt shows up and disappears...but does nothing and in CommandRunner it makes this "Executing: D:\UnRAR.bat "D:\_Downloads\I.Hate.My.Teenage.Daughter.S01E08.Teenage.Girlfriends.HDTV.x264-FiHTV" "I.Hate.My.Teenage.Daughter.S01E08.Teenage.Girlfriends.HDTV.x264-FiHTV" "" multi" Prompt...

so yeah for some reason it wont will not extract the file in separate folder or in same folder....i made new file and renamed it to UnRar.bat and saved it at same location as before and i removed the old working unrar.bat file so there wont be any conflict either
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08 Jan 2013   #35

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I did make one little error in the bat file, I forgot the exit command after the single file extraction. This will not cause an issue with multi file torrents but I fixed it up in post #25 so you can copy that again then do the stuff below.

Change the first line "@echo off" to "REM @echo off" and add "pause" on a new line for the last line. This will cause it to display the output and pause before closing. Run it from the run dialog not from in Vuze as Vuze hides the window.

When it pauses scroll back to the top of the cmd Window, right click the window, click Mark and drag a white selection box from one side to the other right down to the last line then press enter, this will copy the output to the clipboard. PM me the extact output.
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09 Jan 2013   #36

WIN 7 x64

PM sent with the output info!

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30 Sep 2013   #37

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Hello everybody

I was reading through all this and I dont see the reason for all these complicated batch file setups. I did what you all wanted in one simple command line using utorrent.

This command extracts my downloaded torrent rar files to a folder c:\extractions with subfolder containing the name of the torrent as well as all subfolders in the rar archive in their respective place.

"C:\Program Files\WinRAR\WinRAR.exe" x %D\*.r* c:\extractions\%N\

as simple as that just change c:\extractions to your preferred extraction folder.

Hope this helps.
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22 Jan 2014   #38

WIN 7 x64

Ok i am having problem with script. If someone can help. Dizzy if u are still around your help would be great.

I cannot seem to extract files that are ending weird numbers like prison break.001, prison break.002....

so instead of rar extensions this new files i get time to time comes with .001......extensions!

p.s. attached the pic to show the error showing in command runner and in vuze!

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