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@sircedric16 sorry for the delay.

 

Using a batch file you can rename them.
Please see the following example post.


 spinnaker

Kryptik virus or trojan changed the file names from original file names to include .crypted – I used the remove file extensions in batch command copied the original line into notepad modified it to be
forfiles /S /M *.crypted /C “cmd /c rename @file @fname”
then pasted it from notepad into the cmd window
And voila all the files that had been changed got changed back to the original filenames. Thank you for this resource.
Thank you thank you.

https://www.windows-commandline.com/rename-file-extensions-bulk/

 

 

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