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yanghaijun

File can not be founded, why?

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I make win2000 cd followed bellow steps:

Use Makecab to compress WinMD5.exe:

MakeCab WinMD5.exe

then Copy WinMD5.ex_ to Directory \i386\myfile

In TxtSetup.Sif:

[sourceDisksNames.x86]

1 = %wkscd%,\cdrom_ip.5,,\i386

...

800 = %spcd%,\cdromsp4.tst,,\i386\MyFile ;i use my own directory

[sourceDisksFiles]

...

winmd5.exe = 800,,,,,,,1,0,0

...

In DosNet.Inf:

[Files]

...

d1,WinMD5.exe

when i boot from this cd,the file winmd5.exe can be copied normally, but when i install windows 2000 from command line:

winnt /s:d:\win2k\i386

the file WinMD5.exe can not be found...why???

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if it's via commandline, I believe setup uses layout.inf not txtsetup.sif

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