HTA and BAT to EXE Conversion with Javascript without any dependencies.

Hello, I am currently working on a project that’s got me stumped.
I have made a small, lightweight hta that will convert either .hta or .bat files to .exe. My HTML is all set, and my tool functions flawlessly as it stands. I want to keep this as a stand-alone project that can run from a USB thumb drive. The problems I am having, is it depends on 3 external sources. Resourcer.exe (for an icon), 7za.exe, and LZMA2.sfx. I have these in a bin folder which my hta points to. Once compressed and turned into a single .exe, everything works, but the file can easily be “dissected” with 7z. Other software like HTAEdit will convert my file, but then my file does not communicate with the bin folder. This is not the end result I want. I would like very much to be able to script the entire program (in Javascript) so that it does not depend on these three files. Also, I have added 3 more fields as of late that allow user input for “Company Name”, “Version #”, and “Copyright”, but can’t seem to get them to “apply” during the build process.
I’m running Windows 8.1. I have scoured the web, and ended up joining GitHub as this seems to be the place to find the best information. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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