|Okay guys, I thought I would put my results here, for the next guy who might be able to use it:|
First of all, I named the batch file shuttingdown.bat
I then went to my desktop, and in a unused space I right clicked and chose NEW and then SHORTCUT. I browsed to the root directory, which is where i placed the shuttingdown. bat file, so that allowed me to just click on the icon on the desktop to do the copying/updating of the files in the specific folders I wanted.
I then set the time to 15 ( which equals 15 seconds ), once windows 7 tells you it is shutting down.
The only thing that is not working, is the folder called C:\Program Files\Qualcomm\Eudora and I believe the problem might be the space between Program and Files, so I will have to do some reading up on that part of it.
Anyways, here is the batch file:
start /w xcopy C:\Data\*.* D:\Data\*.* /d /e /v /y
start /w xcopy C:\MyDocuments\*.* D:\MyDocuments\*.* /d /e /v /y
start /w xcopy C:\Program Files\Qualcomm\*.* D:\Program Files\Qualcomm\*.*
shutdown.exe -s -t 15
Thanks guys, for all the help!