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Help with Youtube bat/cmd view increaser

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by PigFish, May 25, 2012.

  1. PigFish

    PigFish Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I've put something regarding this in another section but that part of the forum seems to be dead.

    Basically I've been running a CMD file to boost views on YouTube, whilst running a proxy program.
    For about an hour today it was working fine. The video in the code below isnt mine, but i gave it around 100 views over that hour
    Now im not sure if there is something wrong with my pc, or theres something i can change in the code but its no longer working correctly.
    One of two things now happen, 1st is it will load the page and thats it. It wont close the page and loop..
    Then the 2nd thing it sometimes does is work as it should but then it gets stuck on the 3rd loop

    There is an image at the bottom of this post just to show where for some reason when it decides to work it stops

    Like i said, im not sure if something is wrong on my pc or with the code but if someone could help that would be great.

    Heres the cmd code

    Code:
    @echo off:loop
    start http://www.refblock.com?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPQHexwKX20
    set /a number=%number% + 1
    echo total views %number%
    ping -n 15 127.0.0.0>nu1
    taskkill /f /im iexplore.exe
    ping -n 5 127.0.0.0>nu1
    goto loop
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    Last edited: May 25, 2012
  2. 39ster

    39ster Junior Member

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    I thought a referrer is needed for the view to count. What does refblock.com do? Remove the referrer? Because there would be no referrer anyways. And surely there are more efficient ways than this...
     
  3. Dark Lord

    Dark Lord Junior Member

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    Well, I don't know how well thats gonna work for you, as you are basically just refreshing the page, albeit through proxies. Regardless, you may to try disabling "crash recovery" in IE since you are killing the process. Under Internet Options > Advanced Tab, uncheck the "Enable Automatic Crash Recovery" and you may wish to uncheck the "Enable Smart Screen Filter" further down the list on the Advanced Tab. Other than that, its possibly a problem with your Proxy program or the Proxies themselves. Good Luck.
     
  4. Soufian

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    I'll try it out, thanks!
     
  5. PigFish

    PigFish Junior Member

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    Cant believe something so simple fixed this lol, admittedly im not sure if this method goes past the 300 mark. We will see.
    Ive just started boosting this now, uploaded today, first 9 hours 0 views. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-TkCGyw7ok

    Ive just started it whilst it was on 0 views, so going to keep an eye on the numbers. I know they take a little time to refresh though

    Thanks again mate, appreciate the help
     
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  6. PigFish

    PigFish Junior Member

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    It's sound mate, not my channel, video or ip that created the channel ;-) owner knows though

    @dark lord
    the issue I inatialy put up is happening again, even without the proxies. Tested on my laptop and it works fine. Haven't a clue what the issue is with my pc. Only difference between them is my pc is 64 bit and it can't be that.
    Anyways, off to bed now. I'll keep the views running. Hopefully they won't crash whilst asleep as I'm wanting to know if I can get past 300.
    Doubt it but hey, can't knock a guy for trying lol
     
  7. Dark Lord

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    Well, it is quite possible it could be a 64-bit issue. I've seen many 32-bit programs that would not run on a 64-bit machine without a lot of tweaks, and some still wouldn't run, but let's hope thats not the issue. I would first check your task manager to maybe find a culprit background program or process that may be interfering. I don't think setting IE to automatically clear cache when its closed will be of any benefit, as you killing the process and not closing it normally.
     
  8. PigFish

    PigFish Junior Member

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    [FONT=verdana, arial, sans-serif]Yeah it could quite possibly be the 64bit then, I actually didn't think it would be as its such a simple batch file. But with the amount of issues I have seen people have with 64bit it wouldn't surprise me.
    Because it was working at first I actually did a system restore to 3 days ago, as I've not downloaded anything since then. But thought maybe an update has caused the issue. But still no luck, used msconfig to sort all the running program's out and have basically only system files running. Also used it with chrome and Firefox but still no luck.

    Kind of a pity really because my pc is a lot more powerfull and I would of preferred it to run from that.

    All I used the refblock for was to make the referal look like its from an annonymous source, bit like the hide refer site.
    Im not actually sure it works like that as I haven't done this on my channel yet so can't see the statistics.
    And yeah it's basically refreshing the page with proxies, was just hoping maybe something so simple could actually work. Just noticed that video I put up with 0 views is now over 200 at the worst I have a way to kickstart videos lol
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  9. Dark Lord

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    I doubt if its just a batch file, that the 64-bit issue would be the problem. I was referring to whatever prg you used for proxies. Btw, there is an awesome little utility I use for 'sleeping' in batch files instead of the 'ping timer'. Grab it from sleepcmd dot com, its made available free from BackupAssist, so its legit. Ditch the .xml file in the zip and just drop the sleep.exe in the folder with your batch file. Then in your batch file, just use the command "sleep 5 /quiet" for a 5 sec delay (or any other time you like). The /quiet surpresses the copyright/logo. Pure Awesomeness! =p
     
  10. PigFish

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    Quality mate, thanks for the advice :D