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  1. I want a bat file to open and update a software.When it opens you have to click 'updates' and then click 'check for updates'. Task manager report that when you click 'check for updates' dllhost.exe runs but adding start "" "C:\Windows\System32\dllhost.exe" to the bat file does not update it

    What do i add to the following I tried /UPDATE

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    @echo off

    start "" "C:\Program Files\ mysoftware.exe"

    I am just experimenting trying to learn how to do it. I can make the program open with bat and then click update but I want to see if i can learn how to make it work
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  2. If the software doesn't have a command line option to update you are out of luck.
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  3. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    If the software doesn't have a command line option to update you are out of luck.
    Thanks. How do i know if it has a command line option to update?
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    Originally Posted by David Banner View Post
    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    If the software doesn't have a command line option to update you are out of luck.
    Thanks. How do i know if it has a command line option to update?
    Contact the developer, and/or read the doc
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