Star Wars Cmd Hack

Introduction: Star Wars Cmd Hack

Watch Star wars episode IV in cmd!

Step 1: Start

Open Start

Step 2: Run

Click on "RUN" and type in "cmd"

Step 3: Telnet

In the new window type in "telnet" and hit enter.

Step 4: Open

Type in simply the letter "o" and hit enter.

Step 5: Address

it should say < to >, where you should type in "" just as it appears below.

Step 6: That's It!

That's it! Now just be patient and soon it will start Star Wars Episode IV



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78 Discussions

This is a great Instructable, but you need to add a main image of the final project to the intro step. Please do that and leave me a message when you have so that we can publish your work. Thanks!

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OK, I put the main image. Please publish this one only, I thought the other ones didn't work. Thank You!

What must we do after typing in 5 the step must we click enter or not

is it possible to make this a notepad batch command?

if it is, then can you make one?

This is because your computer can not connect to the telnet server due to the type of windows you are running.Or you might just have to turn all telnet servers on by activating it in settings. Although i would not recommend you do this,as the telent service is a target for all hackers and you are Likely to pick up a virus.For more info or help please email me at or

When I get my Windows computer back up and running, I will DEFINITELY be doing this!

Still works on windows 10 just enable telnet like you would for win 8

omg! btw works in ubuntu 14.04, too

You need telnet in "turn window features on or off" to be on.
Batch files are awesome.

This is really old, but still you can do this in Vista, 7, and 8 but you need to find stuff.

Is there any hacker who can teach me stuffs , please mail me to

Just type CMD in start menu.

Then in cmd type "telnet"

then type "o"

And then type ""



*Hint* if u want a more color full movie

Type "color oa" in cmd before u type telnet.

this isn't a hack! This is some ASCII art animation written up by two guys who published it on Telnet!

If this is a hack try: "telnet %%"
where %% is a link underneath:


just some nice BBS for the console ...

You can also type "telnet".
This will also work in other OS's. In Mac, or other *nix environments, you just need to open a terminal and enter the same command.

In windows, under Vista and newer, you need to allow "telnet client" under the Programs and Features menu.