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I am receiving this script error as seen in the screen capture and a few more saying the same thing. The WPI scripts having this error are windowoptions.js,configwizard.js, and useroptions.js. I am running XP Pro (SP3) x86. Any ideas as how to fix this or is it even a big problem? Thanks

You should also post the corrupt files.

Al

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I added a program to WPI and am testing with virtual box. I have a batch file that start WPI and it starts and I select the software, but then receive this error as well.

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These are the three that come back as having a script error

I can use your files without any problem (tried with WPI 8.0.2).

AFAIK WPI has some problems if Nero 7 is installed.

Do you have a "normal" XP (e.g. not modified with nlite)?

You can also try to run WPI in another account.

Al

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These are the three that come back as having a script error

I can use your files without any problem (tried with WPI 8.0.2).

AFAIK WPI has some problems if Nero 7 is installed.

Do you have a "normal" XP (e.g. not modified with nlite)?

You can also try to run WPI in another account.

Al

Yes I used an XP cd with nLite to make automated installs.

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It does work fine within virtual box there are no errors except when I choose the program to install I get that error box that I included in an earlier post. Could that stem from having the command wrong to launch the executable?

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Maybe you should try to install a "normal" XP (without nLite) and try WPI again.

You should also remove the "start"-commands in your install commands.

Instead of

start %systemdrive%\wpi\install\imgburn\imgburn.exe

you should use

%systemdrive%\wpi\install\imgburn\imgburn.exe

Al

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I would have to agree with Al, probably something taken out with nLite that is needed.

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I tried what you guys suggested and the program worked on the fresh install of XP. Is there going to be anyway to make it work for a complete unattended install without me getting an error when the installer starts after I have selected which programs to install. The file that shows up in the error report is mshta.exe

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