Hide files in another Images using CMD prompt

Gopi Chand

A Curious guy to know a lot about techie stuffs and such a dork & dweeb I am.

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8 Responses

  1. uxsinad says:

    Got something useful.

  2. Sumit Kushwaha says:

    AFTER STRUGGLING, I CAME TO KNOW THAT THE FILES SHOULD HAVE A “ONE WORD NAME”.

    AFTER THE OPERATION, THE IMAGE FILE BECAME “INVALID” 🙁 UNABLE TO OPEN THE IMAGE.

  3. Ashish Verma says:

    Hey Sumit, You can have spaces within file name for that you can either put the file names inside “quotes” or you can type few initial letters of filename and press TAB key to autocomplete.
    also we have updated some commands in this post. please try again and let us know if you still face issues.

    • Sumit Kushwaha says:

      I’m okay with with file names now but your cmd prompt snapshots provided above aren’t clear to me. You are working in “Hiding Files” directory 🙁 and path for files are also missing (as you have mentioned them to be in D:\).

      I have two files (abc.rar and xyz.jpg) in D:\. I wish to hide abc.rar in image file.
      My command line is —

      C:\users\hp>copy/b d:\abc.rar d:\xyz.jpg

      after hitting ENTER, and confirming; the file get copied ( 1 file(s) copied ) but became CORRUPTED. 🙁

      • Ashish Verma says:

        Path can be your working directory or not..if you are already in the directory of the files you want to operate then you can use file names directly or if you are outside those folders then you have to provide full path of files as below.
        we have updated the commands please try with updated one :
        In your case:
        C:\users\hp>copy /b d:\xyz.jpg + d:\abc.rar
        It’ll not get corrupted for sure.

    • Luella says:

      Good to find an expert who knows what he’s tankilg about!

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