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Windows XP System file attribute

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Anonymous
August 30, 2005 11:24:06 AM

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Hi all

I have alot of mp3s in my music folder, each organised properly in
artist\album\## - blabh.mp3

I have used a program that automatically downloads album art and places
it into the correct artists\album folder, the file it creates is called
folder.jpg

OK now the question is, does anyone know how i can apply the "system"
file attribute to all of these files (folder.jpg) at once, without
using the command line. I can apply the hidden attribute easily by
searching for "folder.jpg" withing "my music" and then just selectin
them all, right clicking, properties and mark hidden. Unfortunately
there is no option to apply the system attribute.

Any ideas?
Anonymous
August 31, 2005 4:43:29 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

Why would you want to?

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<bizkitsboiler@gmail.com> wrote in message news:1125411846.719017.316290@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> Hi all
>
> I have alot of mp3s in my music folder, each organised properly in
> artist\album\## - blabh.mp3
>
> I have used a program that automatically downloads album art and places
> it into the correct artists\album folder, the file it creates is called
> folder.jpg
>
> OK now the question is, does anyone know how i can apply the "system"
> file attribute to all of these files (folder.jpg) at once, without
> using the command line. I can apply the hidden attribute easily by
> searching for "folder.jpg" withing "my music" and then just selectin
> them all, right clicking, properties and mark hidden. Unfortunately
> there is no option to apply the system attribute.
>
> Any ideas?
>
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