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I have created a windows batch file that uses a macro to pull data out of a data file; it works very well if the data file is not large. Once I run it on a larger file it works then suddenly stops working:
Is there a way to program the batch file is such a way that it has priority over the computer resourse or so that I can find out why it is stopping. I only get an error message now that states the process has stopped working.
Initially it was pulling the data from our network so I tried it with the data locally with the same issue occuring.