How to make CMD on windows 7?

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If a virus has disabled CMD and notepad. How can I make my own cmd?
 

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What? Boot into safe mode and run Malwarebytes full scan.
 

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Go to your MSConfig > Uncheck all startup items > Reboot

Doing what Calisthenics said might help but not if its FUD
 

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Hey guys, This is for an technical exam, Im not infected.
I just wanna know if virus disabled the cmd and notepad, how to make a cmd in win7.
 

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Create a .txt file and type your script.
Let's say a shutdown script for example:
Code:
shutdown -s -t 60 -c "Shutdown in 60 seconds!"
Shutdown -s = directly shutdown
-t 60 = time, so 60 seconds
-c "blabla" = comment, so "blabla"

Save the .txt file as (let's say shutdown) shutdown.bat and you'll see a strange looking pictogram at your desktop.
This pictogram is your "cmd" file :)

I hope this is what you meant, wasn't it? please ignore haha
 

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TheVBScripter said:
Create a .txt file and type your script.
Let's say a shutdown script for example:
Code:
shutdown -s -t 60 -c "Shutdown in 60 seconds!"
Shutdown -s = directly shutdown
-t 60 = time, so 60 seconds
-c "blabla" = comment, so "blabla"

Save the .txt file as (let's say shutdown) shutdown.bat and you'll see a strange looking pictogram at your desktop.
This pictogram is your "cmd" file :)

I hope this is what you meant, wasn't it? please ignore haha

He said Notepad is disabled too.
 
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