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  1. Hi JFX... @JFX @jaclaz @wimb @alacran FOR VHD INSTALL- "%wpath%\WinNTSetup%pp%.exe" VHD-CREATE -file:"%FREEDRIVE%\WIMBOOT\Win10x64-WB.vhd" -size:15GB -type:expandable -label:"Win10x64-WB" set e=%errorlevel% set "ALPHABET=_ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWZYZ" call set VHD_DRIVE=%%ALPHABET:~%e%,1%% if "%VHD_DRIVE%"=="" echo ERROR! if "%VHD_DRIVE%"=="_" echo ERROR! echo Win10x64-WB.vhd is mounted as %VHD_DRIVE% "%wpath%\WinNTSetup%pp%.exe" NT6 -source:"%isopath%" -wimindex:"2" -syspart:%SYSPART% -tempdrive:%VHD_DRIVE% -unattend:"%XML%" -drivers:"%E2BDRIVE%\SVBus" -Sysletter:C -RunAfter:"CO
  2. Hello, I have a problem running a batch file I'm creating for Windows XP. At some stage it has to check whether a service is running or not. Let's assume that I type in the following command directly into a command prompt: for /f "tokens=3" %H in ('sc query Spooler ^| findstr "STATE"') do echo %H It runs flawlessly and outputs 1 or 4, depending on a service state. The problem starts when I put this command in a batch file, suitably modified by doubling % signs: for /f "tokens=3" %%H in ('sc query Spooler ^| findstr "STATE"') do echo %%H or any other for /f loop where sc is a co
  3. Hi there, I like to install Windows XP SP3 with all the updates, so I can sit after the installation and just have a cup of coffee... instead of waiting to get the updates one by one using Windows Update or Microsoft Update. But for the last few months, I've updated my XP ISO just by adding the hotfixes using a batch called 'adiciona.cmd', being this one called at the end of RunOnceEx.cmd. The file is growing and being too annoying to edit every time I have to update the ISO, so I decided to request help from you, to get all the updates 'slipstreamed' or, at least, installed earlier - using th
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