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Old 2009-11-25, 10:34
dsp2003
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lol no, '.' is the current dir, so you are changing the current dir to the current dir (it's unnecessary).
It IS necessary. Windows CMD shell tends to force current directory as X:\Documents and Settings\Username. I had some non-working scripts before and had no idea why it doesn't work, until i experimented a bit. First 'cd .' will always change the current directory to the one where CMD file is stored.

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