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Nazgul

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  1. Try looking at this page for information about your error and ways to fix it.
  2. Putting up P2P links like ed2k or bittorent is a very good idea to safe bandwidth, but not everyone uses P2P software. Maybe you could make the 'normal' download links only available to logged on users and show P2P links to the rest? (I would start using the ed2k links to safe bandwidth.)
  3. This seems to work:- Download the .exe - Make sure your C:\Documents and Setting\[username]\Local Settings\Temp is empty - Start the exe and wait for the 'Welcome' screen to appear. - Copy the contents of the Temp folder to a safe location. - Cancel the setup. I tried this on the driver downloaded from the link you posted and I now have a folder containing a bunch of inf, cat, dll, cpl, ... files.
  4. Your paths contain spaces. Try putting quotes around them.
  5. I got the same error as MCT at startup. I fixed it by adding the bold line to wait.cfg
  6. A couple of things I noticed: - When I executed UpdateChecker_V50210.cmd it says: [OK] DriverPack Graphics_A V502 up-to-date! But shouldn't it say that 5021 is available? (It did warn me about the 5022 version of MassStorage) - The UpdateTracker hasn't been updated for the new Base, MassStorage, Sound and Graphics A versions. Keep up the good work! [edit] - The UpdateChecker also didn't warn me about Sound 5022 (I have 5021)
  7. I also have the loop problem. When I look at the UpdateChecker_V5029.cmd file it starts by deleting all txt files in the FILES subdir. After which it starts checking for certain txt files, which will never exist, because they were just deleted. Removing the top bold line solved the issue for me for now.
  8. Try using %%SystemDrive%%, that works for me.
  9. I don't think there's a supported way at the moment. At least I couldn't find one. But I think it coulde be done like this. Untested, use at your own risk. Open generate.js and change debug("Sort",1); if (installByCategory) programs.sort(SortByCat); else programs.sort(SortByOrdr); into debug("Sort",1); programs.sort(SortByOrdr); if (installByCategory) programs.sort(SortByCat); What this does is sort the list by Order and than resort that list by Category (if you chose By Category in the options). But in theory the order within the categories would stay as if it was still sorted by Order, so you can use the order numbers to specify the installation order within a category.
  10. It's not much, but this is the source of the batch file as requested: @echo off cls echo "Please insert CD 2 and press any key to continue. pause start %cdrom%\wpi\WPI.cmd @buzzman2005: You have to choose what to install when you switch discs, but because you have to switch discs, you already have to monitor your install. @ankap: I'll take a look at that CD changer. It sounds promising.
  11. It is, try the following: WshShell.regRead("HKLM\Software\Test\Test")=="b" This checks if the value of Test at location HKLM\Software\Test is equal to b. HKLM = HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE HKCU = HKEY_CURRENT_USER
  12. I used to use 2 CD's because I didn't have a DVD burner and came up with the following solutions, which could be used for DVD's as well. I made a small batch file, in which I ask the user to switch CD's and after pressing a key it starts the WPI wizard on the new CD. By entering it into the first WPI and setting it to Force and giving it an Order of 999 it gets executed after installing everything relevant on the first CD. And by setting a condition on all installs to check if the install file is present, I can use one big config file for both WPI instances. (I have some plans to change the batch file to a nice looking exe, but due to something called real life haven't gotten around to it yet)
  13. If all checkboxes aren't rendered because all conditions fail and I press 'Begin install' I get the following error: JavaScript Error Report Message: Object required URL: file://C:\WPI\WPI.hta File: generate.js Line: 195
  14. I just tried version 3.3.3 and it fixed my problems. Thanks hasi001.
  15. Kelsenellenelvian, take a look at HTML Colors for a list of colors.
  16. After reading your post in the other topic I decided to take a look at the pieces of code you mentioned in boxes.js and generate.js. I got everything to work by modifying the following pieces of code in generate.js. if(!eval(replpath(unescape(cond[i])).replace(/\\/g, "\\\\"))) { into var c = unescape(replpath(cond[i][0]).replace(/\\/g, "\\\\")); if(!eval(c)) { if(!eval(replpath(unescape(programs[i].cond)).replace(/\\/g, "\\\\"))) { into var c = unescape(replpath(programs[i].cond + "").replace(/\\/g, "\\\\")); if(!eval(c)) { The debug window still shows those weird "Írom" things (which are caused by the unescape function by the way) but everything now works as it should. I've also made a small workaround for the JavaScript report I was getting on exit. This code has to be changed at line 16 of generate.js. WshShell.regDelete(KeyBase); into try { WshShell.regDelete(KeyBase); } catch (b) { debug("Problem on deleting RegKey '" + KeyBase + "': " + b.message,1); } Maybe somebody else can test this as well? And if its good enough maybe hasi001 would be kind enough to put it in the official version?
  17. That post is indeed exactly like my problem. I also get that JavaScript Error Report when exiting after debugging. (Forgot to mention that in the first post)
  18. I'm having some issues using Conditions. I've added 2 programs through Config which have the following conditions: 1: FileExists("%cdrom%\Installers\Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1 Incl SP1\netfx.msi") && FileExists("%cdrom%\Installers\Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1 Incl SP1\NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe") 2: FileExists("%cdrom%\Installers\Daemon Tools 3.47\Daemon Tools 3.47.msi") && !FileExists("%programfiles%\D-Tools\Daemon.exe") Because all 4 files exist, I expect the first condition to succeed and the second to fail. This is confirmed for me when the Framework checkbox is rendered and the Daemon Tools one isn't. But when I press install both conditions fail, as can be seen in the debug output below. DEBUG: Working on Windows XP Categories: | System Tools | Office | Tools | PowerToys | SortPrograms running SortPrograms finished Winheight: 768 - Computed 3 columns - Using max. 3 columns with a column-width of 33% Dependencies: | Rendering of boxes started Found CDROM as folder C:\ Condition failed: FileExists("C:\\Installers\\Daemon Tools 3.47\\Daemon Tools 3.47.msi") && !FileExists("C:\\Program Files\\D-Tools\\Daemon.exe") -- not rendering Daemon Tools 3.47 Rendering of boxes finished Applying checks: default Testing condition: FileExists("Írom%\Installers\Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1 Incl SP1\netfx.msi") && FileExists("Írom%\Installers\Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1 Incl SP1\NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe") Condition failed -- skipping .Net Framework 1.1 Incl. SP1 Testing condition: FileExists("Írom%\Installers\Daemon Tools 3.47\Daemon Tools 3.47.msi") && !FileExists("%programfiles%\D-Tools\Daemon.exe") Condition failed -- skipping Daemon Tools 3.47 Sort Installing... I did notice that the debug window shows Írom% where I would be expecting %cdrom%, but I can't figure out what's causing it, or if it's even relevant. Could somebody tell me what I'm doing wrong here?
  19. Would it be possible to let the .hta autodetect the %cdrom% setting by using something like: var WshShell = new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell"); WshShell.RegRead("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Windows NT\\CurrentVersion\\SourcePath").substring(0,2); This way it would be set to the sourcedrive that was used to install Windows with.


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