-a Windows NT (or higher) computer
-a file you want to install
-a place to put the file
Step 1: The most basic of text editing
Then proceed to the next step.
Step 2: The Code
Say you file has two lines that are
This is the best instructable ever!
Thanks to Super_Nerd
And you want to put it in the filepath
C:\Users\ Users name goes here\Desktop
You start the code with
Otherwise every command would have a C:\Windows\System 32 in front of it.
Then for every line in the file put
echo data in the line>>filepath
For the filepath involving the username where the username has to be, put
So in our case the code would be
echo This is the best instructable ever!>>C:\Users\%Username%\Desktop\file.txt
echo Thanks to Super_Nerd>>C:\Users\%Username%\Desktop\file.txt
Say you want to overwrite a file. To do so just make the >> to an >
> = Overwrite
>> = Add to file
Therefore to overwrite, make the first line have a > and the rest have >>.
See where the code says file.txt? That is the filename. Feel free to change it to whatever you want. If you don't add an extention it turns into a file. Confusing right? A file is a file with no extention, hence you have to choose what to open it with every time.
Step 3: Adding the 1s and 0s to the drive
Save it as something like installer.bat
It can be whatever you want as long as it ends in .bat or .cmd