Everything posted by Taco Bell
Thanks for the warm welcome Tripredacus and yes, that was indeed me who responded to your BurnInTest question. As for w32tm, I have less of a need for it now as I've since written my own implementation for the time zone aspect (/tz switch), but appreciate your efforts as wouldn't hurt to have a cross check.
The defined scratch area serves as the available free space on the WinPE system drive (X:) for temporarily storing files. Therefore, if you have a scratch area of 32 MB, then you have 32 MB of free space on the system drive.
With the WinPE from Vista (a.k.a. 2.0), I've tried adding w32tm.exe and any possible dependencies, but I'm still unable to get results. Running any form of the command (e.g. w32tm /?, w32tm /tz, etc.) quickly returns and produces no output. Registering the EXE and starting the time service also no effect. I would like to use this program to troubleshoot the time settings under WinPE (e.g. no DST support), but I am unable to get it work and therefore would appreciate any/all assistance.