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Vb script to unzip a files and rename the files

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I had this question after viewing Vb script to unzip a files and rename the files.

i created the folder temp in d drive and placed the fins.7z file. when i ran the script nothing happens, its suppose to unzip and rename it. kindly help please.
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by:funwithdotnet
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Do you have 7-zip installed and the script edited to reflect the correct path?
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yes i do installed 7 zip and placed the zipfile in temp folder ind drive
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Installation of 7 zip isn't enough, you need to check if the 7 zip executable actually exist here: C:\Program Files\7-Zip\7z.exe
If not (32 bits), then adjust this string in the script.

Also, you should have tested the script and THEN closed the question in the previous post. That way, it's much easier to solve.
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Please post up the actual script you are running in this question so we can see it.

~bp
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Thanks Kim its working now
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