According to What is xxcopysu.exe?
the file with name xxcopysu.exe
directory of Windows is malware and should be removed. If this executable is from Pixelab, Inc., it should be in the program files folder of the Pixelab application and not in system directory of Windows.
However, if you are 100% sure that the file xxcopysu.exe
is not malware, your Windows is most likely a 64-bit Windows.
This means that there are two System32
directories and one alias as it can be read on Microsoft page File System Redirector
is for 64-bit applications on Windows x64.
is for 32-bit applications on Windows x64.
This directory is the directory %SystemRoot%\System32
for 32-bit applications like UEDOS32.exe used to run a user tool.
So if a 64-bit xxcopysu.exe
exists in %SystemRoot%\System32
, but no 32-bit xxcopysu.exe
, you need to use the alias %SystemRoot%\Sysnative
as Microsoft wrote.
A batch file is processed using either 64-bit cmd.exe
or 32-bit cmd.exe
depending on parent application.
You could use following code in your batch file:
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if exist "%SystemRoot%\Sysnative\*.exe" set "SystemPath=%SystemRoot%\Sysnative"
For 64-bit applications the alias Sysnative
does not exist and therefore the batch file can find out by itself if being processed from 32-bit or 64-bit cmd.exe
to run the application with correct path.
is an alias of file system redirector. It is not a directory or a symbol link. Therefore it is not possible to check if %SystemRoot%\Sysnative
exists, it is only possible to check if there is a file in %SystemRoot%\Sysnative
as done in code above.
is available as 32-bit and as 64-bit console application. Copying 64-bit version into %SystemRoot%\System32
and 32-bit version into %SystemRoot%\SysWOW64
would avoid the need of the two additional lines in batch file.