wkkerns

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  1. Error came up again: Windows cannot find D:\wpi\wpi.hta I believe it cannot find it because "d" is the usb drive. Is there a way to reroute runwpi.exe to look in C: instead of D:?
  2. Thank you for your reply. That way does work. However, I want to execute wpi right after the xp install automatically before windows logs in. So instead, I'm going to try putting the wpi folder in the $1 folder and use the runwpi.exe. Although, I think i did this before and it still failed to execute.
  3. I can get the xp install to work, I just can not get WPI to run correctly when it is supposed to. I have tried looking every where for an answer. Please help.
  4. Ok, so tried to put the wpi folder to the root of the usb drive. That generated different errors. "Could not save ./wpiscripts/useroptions.js" "Could not save ./wpiscripts/windowsoptions.js" Wpi program then starts after I click ok. However the apps fail to install and wpi just sits idle.
  5. Forgive me if I am posting in the wrong forum (I know there is one called "Booting xp from usb"). I made a successful unattended install for XP using nlite and wpi for my apps. So I wanted to go a step further and use a usb flash drive to make the installs faster. I used the "USBMultiBoot10" and the instructions provided by the maker and xp installs great! Right up to the part of the WPI execution. It generates a error saying: "cannot find D:\wpi\wpi.hta" Before I ran the install, I noticed that the USBMultiBoot10 did not copy over the WPI folder to the USB flash drive any where. So I copied it myself to where they placed my i386 folder and $OEM$ folder. I use the runwpi.exe in the $oem$ folder and executes from the cmdlines.txt I tried to copy the entire WPI folder over to the %systemdrive% and that did not work either. Maybe my drive letters are all screwed up? Maybe I should just run WPI from the flash drive? Maybe I am completely doing this the wrong way for a USB install? I can run WPI after the xp install finishes and windows logs on. However I would like this to execute immediatly after windows xp is done installing. I am Noob at this. Any help from somebody that uses USBMULTIBOOT10 and WPI would be really great. UPDATE: I think I solved my own problem. Testing it out. Hopefully it works. If it does, what a dumb mistake.