Problem in creating a .bat file properly

Microsoft Windows 7 home premium oem 32b...
October 29, 2009 at 02:09:55
Specs: Windows 7
Hi everyone, I'm currently creating a bypass for Softnyx nProtect GameGuard and I'm trying to get a .bat file working so that I can put in the bypasser which is also a .bat. I have taken out the command 'CALL bypass.bat' so that it wouldn't confuse you.
Ok, the problem is that, when I try to use the options for saying whether I want to continue the bypass, Y/N/C all ends up as Y. Is there something wrong with this? Please look thru it.

@ECHO ON
ECHO Bypasser on STANDBY.
ping google.com -n 2 -w 300000>nul
ECHO Bypasser on STANDBY..
ping google.com -n 2 -w 300000>nul
ECHO Bypasser on STANDBY...
ping google.com -n 2 -w 300000>nul
:MENU
SET /P M=Continue BYPASS? Y/N/C in CAPS [Cancel/exit]:
IF Y==GOTO CONTINUE
IF N==GOTO PAUSEBYPASS
IF C==GOTO EXIT
:CONTINUE
ECHO Bypasser on STANDBY.
ping google.com -n 2 -w 300000>nul
ECHO Bypasser on STANDBY..
ping google.com -n 2 -w 300000>nul
ECHO Bypasser on STANDBY...
ping google.com -n 2 -w 300000>nul
ECHO Bypasser has not detected nProtect GameGuard.
ECHO Returning to Menu...
GOTO MENU
:PAUSEBYPASS
ECHO Press any button to resume bypass in 3s...
PAUSE
ping google.com -n 3 -w 300000>nul
:EXIT
EXIT


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October 29, 2009 at 13:14:49
You might get a better response if you posted your question in the Programming forum.

http://www.computing.net/forum/prog...


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