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vbs code that run file after every 10 milli second automatically.
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An endless loop in the making...
Dim objShell : Set objShell = CreateObject("Wscript.Shell")
 

RunIt()
 

Sub RunIt()

  Wscript.Sleep 10

  objShell.Run "command.exe"

  RunIt

End Sub

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by:ankur3020
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will this code run command.exe after every 10 milli second. ?

suppose i i make file name my.vbs. and i want this file should run after every 10 milli second, then what should be the amended code ? what i add in that file? please guide.
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you only need to change command.exe to the full path and command of the file you want to run...
Presumably you're looking at crashing a computer though?  I'd advise to rethink what you're attempting.
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you means command.exe should be replaced by c:\sample\my.vbs, if c:\sample\ if path of file need to be run.

But if the file is on cd then what will be the path? as cd drive varies from system to system?
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I'm not sure of your requirements.
If you want a script to rerun the same executable over and over, the above will work for you - regardless of what you call it or where you place it.

If on the other hand, you're looking at scheduling the script using AT scheduler, then you would need to remove the wscript.sleep 10 line, however I don't believe the scheduler will let you use increments less than a minute...
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i checked your code, it is working fine if i call any exe. but can you tell me if i want to add above code to my vbs file so that i can run vbs file code after defined time gap. what will i write in place of objShell.Run "command.exe" . please specify if other changes required.
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objShell.Run "wscript c:\pathtofile\filename.vbs"

should do it...
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thanks , u told me how to run exe or vbs files. but now my vbs file is ready and i want it should run itself  once i start. after specified time . so how to add code for this.
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For 50 points, I believe this question has been answered as it was originally stated...
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lets increase point to 125 .now can u tell me how to do the job? pls.
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I don't understand what you're trying to do...
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sir do not try to know, just tell the answer of simple question of mine. pls.
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If you're not willing to give me an idea of what you're trying to accomplish, so that I don't waste my time chasing several different 'possible' solutions, I won't take the time try.

Your initial question has been answered.  The site has rules on asking multiple questions inside a single thread.

Plus I don't understand what more you want, so since I can't read your mind, and you're not willing to clarify, please close this question...

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thanks
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