jaclaz Posted August 1, 2009 Share Posted August 1, 2009 JaclazThough long time past since I have written above post, I think the problem you pointed out over and over. Finally, I think the problem comes from your ITALIAN xp system that is because of different system code.I found a strang letter from your feedback too--"Jí". I don't know what it is.I hope for a long time and again you could give your registry value of "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices" for me to check.My batch files have been downloaded by many Chinese and no bugs emerge since my last revision (same as here attached).Sorry Victor, I completely forgot.Find attached:the output of ddlistw on my system "as is now" (which is different from last report)the exported MountedDevicesthe output of the MBRFIX versionthe output of the DISKPART versionApart from the problem reported, you SHOULD NOT allow the batch to actually attempt reordering drive letters WITHOUT and explicit confirmation by the user.Using the batch as is may botch the setup of an unexperienced user.It happened to my system, though of course I know how to fix it.In this:::two founds with using batch file::1. "?"¡¡can not be as an element of string in the for command::2. one variable can not contain another varable in for command i.e. for %%a in (!ab%c%!) do ..., !ab%c%! has no valuethe ¡¡ are A1A1 hex :vdrvset nk=!fulldrv:~%k%,1!if /i %1 neq !nk! ( set ordereddrv=!ordereddrv! %1¡ú!nk! mountvol %1: /d set viddrv=!viddrv! !totalvid:~%e%,38!!nk!)goto :eofthe ¡ú are A1FA hexjaclazreport.zip Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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