Windows 10: Hashing in powershell, output to a text file.

Discus and support Hashing in powershell, output to a text file. in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I want to hash file with sha512 and output it to txt file, as it doesn't show in powershell, because it is too long! So code is like this. Code:... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by empleat, Aug 31, 2020.

  1. empleat Win User

    Hashing in powershell, output to a text file.


    I want to hash file with sha512 and output it to txt file, as it doesn't show in powershell, because it is too long!

    So code is like this.
    Code:
    It gives error code like this:
    Code:
    I found only some over complicated code i can't adjust to my needs, or to do something else. However how i did this, it should work. I have no idea why it doesn't... I started it as admin.

    :)
     
    empleat, Aug 31, 2020
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  2. dalchina Win User

    Files hash info

    I suggest you verify whether the files really are identical. Generate different hashes- as f14tomcat suggests below..

    What convinces you the hash value computed is embedded in the file?
     
    dalchina, Aug 31, 2020
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  3. 95Viper Win User
  4. KeithM Win User

    Hashing in powershell, output to a text file.

    How to change the WinX menu, including Powershell/Powershell (Admin)

    This part intrigues me. As suggested earler, please post a screenshot of the error message. Also, please clarify/test the follwoing:
    1. Can you start PowerShell from the Start Menu?
    2. If you navigate to %localappdata%\Microsoft\Windows\WinX\Group3, does PowerShell launch from the shortcuts there?
    3. If #1 works & #2 doesn't, compare (& post) the target text from each shortcuts properties. For the Start Menu shortcut, right-click & select Open file location to navigate to the Start Menu folder.

    Keith
     
    KeithM, Aug 31, 2020
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