Echo_Platoon

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  1. I may be wrong, but it seems like you are trying to add multiple drivers that reside in subfolders of the C:\drivers folder. To add all of the drivers in the subfolders, you have to add the switch to recurse through the subfolders. Your command line should look like this: dism /image:c:\winpe\mount /add-driver /driver:c:\drivers /Recurse Let me know if that works.
  2. No problem here with 64-bits Windows 7 OS Anyway it is SFX selfextractor, so there should not be any problem. Just doubleclick on Make_PE3.exe should work. I don't know what is causing your problem ..... Hmmmm....I'm not sure what would be causing that either. I'll have to try it out on another system that has a 64-bit version of Windows 7. If that doesn't work for me, I'll just extract it in Windows XP Mode and copy the files over. Thanks for all of your help. I figured out what was happening on the computer I was trying to extract on. McAfee VirusScan was stopping it. After I disabled the McAfee services, I was able to extract successfully. On a different note, I might be able to contribute a little. I figured out how to start PE Network Manager and close it when done. I used an AutoIt script to accomplish this. Below is the code that I used. ;Disable AutoIt System Tray Icon TraySetState(2) ;Disable keyboard and mouse while PE Network Manager is running to prevent user clicking off of main window BlockInput(1) ;Start PE Network Manager Run(@ProgramFilesDir & '\PENetwork\PENetwork.exe') ;Wait for the main PE Network Manager window to be active WinWaitActive('PE Network Manager 0.56', 'Network Drives') ;Close the main PE Network Manager window WinClose('PE Network Manager 0.56', 'Network Drives') ;Re-enable keyboard and mouse BlockInput(0) I then named and compiled it as NetStartAndClose. After that, I copied NetStartAndClose.exe to the PE Network Manager program files directory and added the lines in the code box below to startnet.cmd after the following line: :: start "Audio Fix PE3 - Wait ...." /wait "%SystemRoot%\System32\audio_fix.cmd" :: start "PE Network Manager" and close when done "%programfiles%\PENetwork\NetStartAndClose.exe" Hopefully, this helps some people out.
  3. No problem here with 64-bits Windows 7 OS Anyway it is SFX selfextractor, so there should not be any problem. Just doubleclick on Make_PE3.exe should work. I don't know what is causing your problem ..... Hmmmm....I'm not sure what would be causing that either. I'll have to try it out on another system that has a 64-bit version of Windows 7. If that doesn't work for me, I'll just extract it in Windows XP Mode and copy the files over. Thanks for all of your help.
  4. Thanks for the advice, but that didn't work. I already had that version installed, so I tried uninstalling and re-installing 7-zip, but got the same result when extracting. I did try something as an alternative. I wanted to see if it was a 64-bit issue or not. I have Windows XP Mode installed, so I tried extracting while in the Windows XP Mode. As a result, it extracted perfectly. Maybe things don't extract right on a 64-bit version of Windows 7?
  5. I have been trying to figure out how to get around the issue I'm having with extracting. I get the following message below when logged in as an administrator and running the EXE to extract the files as an administrator. I have tried taking ownership of the EXE and then re-trying to extract but end up with the same message. I am running Windows 7 Enterprise x64. Any help with this issue is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  6. Yes, in my new silent installer. My old silent installer has just /passive switch. Thx. No problem. I'm glad I could help.
  7. radix, did you use what I posted when making your switchless installer? Just wondering.
  8. At the time I posted this, I didn't get a chance to build the switchless installer. I am creating it now, actually. I use the 7-zip method as well when making switchless installers. Edit: I just finished making my switchless installer. It works beautifully.
  9. I am writing this just for information for people who want to know this. I was doing an unattended install of Opera 9.21 but found that the base unattended install doesn't create any shortcuts whatsoever. I tried using the MSI PROPERTY of DESKTOPSHORTCUT=1 but that didn't work. After looking through forums and not finding an answer about no shortcuts being created during unattended install, I decided to open Opera's MSI installer file in Orca. In Orca, I found under the CustomAction table about what was the right MSI PROPERTY for creating shortcuts. Below are the MSI PROPERTIES for creating shortcuts for an unattended install of Opera: Desktop Shortcut: CREATE_DESKTOP_ICON Quick Launch Shortcut: CREATE_QUICKLAUNCH_ICON Start Menu Shortcut: CREATE_STARTMENU_ICONS If you set any of these equal to 1, then the shortcut will be created. If you want the shortcuts to show up on all users' profiles, then use the following MSI PROPERTY: ALLUSERS=1 The switches to use for unattended install are /passive and /qn Example command line install: "Opera installer.msi" /passive /qn CREATE_DESKTOP_ICON=1 CREATE_QUICKLAUNCH_ICON=1 CREATE_STARTMENU_ICONS=1 ALLUSERS=1 This will do an unattended install of Opera and create Desktop, Quick Launch, and Start Menu shortcuts in all users' profiles.