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In CDShell "# When no key found..." goto boot


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Hi everybody ;)

In CdShell

# When no key found...

goto boot

My question is .. it's possible to put a variable like wait or someting else, or remove this variable :blushing: .


Is there a forum like this one but in french ... :wacko:

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I don't know really. Here is the content of my cdshell.ini, it might help you. You can find other examples on the forum ...



print "\n"

print "Appuyer sur Entree pour demarrer sur le CD ... \n"

getkey 5 boot 0x80

if $lastKey == key[enter]; then goto time

# When no key found...

goto boot

# Function to display time of day


set hour = $timeHour

set time = "$hour:$timeMinute"

# Function to display date


set month = "n/a"

if $dateMonth == 1; then set month = "janvier"

if $dateMonth == 2; then set month = "fevrier"

if $dateMonth == 3; then set month = "mars"

if $dateMonth == 4; then set month = "avril"

if $dateMonth == 5; then set month = "mai"

if $dateMonth == 6; then set month = "juin"

if $dateMonth == 7; then set month = "juillet"

if $dateMonth == 8; then set month = "aout"

if $dateMonth == 9; then set month = "septembre"

if $dateMonth == 10; then set month = "octobre"

if $dateMonth == 11; then set month = "novembre"

if $dateMonth == 12; then set month = "decembre"

set date = "$dateDay $month $dateYear"

# Printing the Interface


set textColor= color[grey on black]

set boldColor= color[cyan on black]



print c "\cXXWindows XP Professionnel Service Pack 2\n\n"


print "1)  Installation normale \n"

print "2)  Installation automatique \n"

print "3)  Redemarrer l'ordinateur \n"

print c "\n"


getkey 20 boot 0x80

if $lastKey == key[1]; then chain /PRO1.DAT

if $lastKey == key[2]; then chain /PRO2.DAT

if $lastKey == key[3]; then reboot


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