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Okay I am finishing my WPI project and I burned what I thought I was the final disk and I came up with a small glitch:

Autorun calls the wpi.cmd file which reads as so=

@ECHO OFF

REM

REM WPI startup something.

REM

REM Example, how to look for CDROM-drive. Must have a file called WPI.ico in its root.

for %%i in (C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z) do if exist %%i:\WPI.ico set CDROM=%%i:

echo Found CD-Rom as drive %CDROM%

REM Determine the WPI startup path.

REM If WPI should run off the CD the replace %dp0 with %CDROM%\PathToWPI

set WPIPATH=%~dp0

echo WPI will run from %WPIPATH%

REM Font installation - the easy way

for /R %%i in ( *.ttf ) do (

echo Installing font %%~ni.ttf

copy /Y "%%~fi" "%windir%\Fonts" > nul

"%WPIPATH%\common\installfont.exe" "%windir%\Fonts\%%~ni.ttf" > nul

)

REM Hide this command window

"%WPIPATH%\common\cmdow.exe" @ /HID

REM Special registry tweak needed

regedit /S "%WPIPATH%\common\wpi.reg"

REM Make WPI driectory the current directory

for /F "delims=: tokens=1" %%i in ("%WPIPATH%") DO %%i:

cd "%WPIPATH%"

REM Start WPI and wait for its end

start /wait WPI.hta

REM call any cleanup code here, or after this script.

exit

:end

This runs fine, yet when WPI starts the background pops up without words, categories or even buttons. ONLY the background shows.

Can someone figure out why this is happening???

P.S. Autorun reads as so=

[AutoRun]

open=wpi.cmd

icon=wpi.ico

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