ty628659

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  1. Yes, in "Path to Compressed Driver Files Location" put it like this \\Server\Drivers or in driverforge.ini I hope it help you [AutoInstall] Automatic_Install=Y Silent_Install=N Sleep_at_Start=1 Show_Device_Manager=Y Delete_Uncompressed_Drivers=Y [Drivers] Compressed_Driver_Location=\\server\drivers Uncompressed_Driver_Location=C:\Drivers [Settings] Delete_Uncompressed_Drivers=Y Restart_Machine=N Show_Device_Manager=Y Check_For_Wizard_Title=Found New Hardware Wizard Driver_Install_Method=Native Driver_Signing_Policy_Pre=IgnoreUser Driver_Signing_Policy_Post=Warn [Scripts] Pre_Script=N Pre_Script_File= Pre_Script_Show= Pre_Script_Wait= Pre_Script_Switches= Post_Script=N Post_Script_File= Post_Script_Show= Post_Script_Wait= Post_Script_Switches=
  2. Hi kickarse, Universal path name (like \\server\drivers) No longer work in v4.5, it was working in v4.1.2 [Drivers] Compressed_Driver_Location=\\server\drivers Uncompressed_Driver_Location=C:\Drivers to go roung i have to create a batch file like this within same folder @ECHO OFF ::This should be the path to WPI on the share SET SHARE=\\server\drivers\ ::mount share to a free drive and change directory to it. After Script it finished the drive will be unmounted PUSHD "%SHARE%" Start /Wait \DriverInstaller\driverforge.v4.5.exe POPD
  3. it worked very will, I would like to make a suggestion for both "DriveForge", "Post-Install". in many time people have big collection of drivers, it take long time copy, decompress and then install. we can easly knowing from Windows drvices manager what is the missing drivers types,so in your program UI give user option to select those missing drivers folder only, then run the proucess. it realy help to speed-up the total installration time. if people have USB or network Drive with decompress folders UI even can just click and map those missing drivers folder in Registry only. (Saving time to copy, decompress) I am not good for writting so i drow a little UI in attachment. I hope it can help you Dear kickarse, I found out if select "Delete uncompressed drivers" option, it only delete \Drivers folder, but the registry DevicePath remain same even the \Drivers folder no longer in. I thanks it should reset back to windows default driverPath=c:\windows\inf only.
  4. Hello, I try to add Raid/Sata slipstream into xp for my new Toshiba laptop without floppy, all i did is: under task selection press drivers and bootable ISO insert 1 driver (intel ich8r/ich9r sata raid controller) from floppy it successful loaded OS, once you try to add new hardware or run Microsoft update, then always popup "Insert your Windows XP Professinal Service Pack 2 CD new". Thanks for any help Problem been Fixed I was installed nLite v1.4 on one of my Chinese XP Pro system and ran slipstream, I rework again on Englisht XP Pro I got it to work! This is a bug for nLite running on Chinese Windows only!!!
  5. Hi kelsenellenelvian, i been done most of them, on main WPI page "Selections" and "Manual" are not the options to translate.
  6. Does anyone working on Chinese language translations, If not I would like to help. In subfolder I see \lang\lang_cn.js as simplified Chinese (by alan9456) but it has not complete yet. Is this the only file need to be translated.
  7. I would like use WPI for batch software install in network share, here is my network like: \\Server\Share\PerfectDISK ...................... \Nero ...................... \RegFiles ...................... \WPI\Audio ...................... \WPI\Common ...................... \.... ...................... \WPI\runWPI.cmd ...................... \WPI\WPI.hta and i copy Al script, and set "share=\\Server\share" in runWPI.cmd file (in network WPI root folder- No cd-rom), when i startup runWPI.cmd , the network map worked OK, but no installration action at all. must be something wrong in cmd1 map path Would you please someone can help me << sample config.js >> .... .... pn=1; prog[pn]=['PerfectDisk']; desc[pn]=['']; uid[pn]=['PERFECTDISKVER80']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; cat[pn]=['Applications']; forc[pn]=['no']; cmd1[pn]=['"Z:\\PerfectDisk\\setup.exe"']; pn++; ... ...
  8. MadBoy: Good Job !! it worked (unpack and auto install drivers) Suggestion: in driver_drive can take network path like - ( \\server\drivers\all_driver ), it would be very helpful as we don't need to manual MAP the network dirve next week i am going to test more machines in my store. do you have english version, it will be very helpful for my business, I will pay you thanks, ty
  9. SCREEN_CUT.zipIN C:\ ROOT Directory Just put drivers in clean format if it works? CleanFormat.zip here is the log file and hardware.ini, Sorry it doesn't worked in local hard drive If you can't reproduce my problem, I can setup a Remote Workstation, so you can Remote Desktop my Testing WS. ( I need your email address, so can send you ip address and login user and password)
  10. after 3 days reporting error of v0.49/0.44, does anyone reproduce the issue or i am the only one testing the program. i realy like this program if it works, I hope more people can spend little time try it. MadBoy- are you working on the issue i was found?
  11. 1) Compaq PC, format and clean install Compaq xp home sp2 CD, no any other programs been installed 2) Dell PC, format and clean install Dell xp Pro sp2 CD, no any other programs been installed both attachment with 2 log in each file. 1st use your 7z.exe has error for unpack, 2nd with v.4.26 successful unpacking and packing both PC -"Drivers path was set successfully into registry" but not taking any action. i hope it can help you for debuging hardware_compaq.ziphardware_dell.zip
  12. Can you check if those were unpackaced successfully into C:\DriversTest? today i clean install xp home w/sp2 from MS-CD, it does same problem as yesterday. I have to replace 7z.exe to v.4.26 then unpackaced successfully into C:\DriversTest with all sub. but registry it seems like it doesn't added any thing! Btw do you get the 'DUPA' msgbox before Backup of drivers happens? Is the path to 7z.exe correct? if set Create_backup=Yes dupa msgbox c:\temp\7z.exe a -tzip "C:\backup_drivers-8/20/2006_7_21_53_PM.zip" "C:\windows\inf\*" 7z.exe (v.4.41) won't taking any action not even create a empty folder, with v.4.26 successfully backup to C:\backup_drivers-8\20\2006_7_21_53_PM.zip send me debug version, i love to help you out
  13. Thank you for reply i found the problem: I copy your *. ini file it still not taking any action, even not Zip the c:\windows\inf\* folder, so i was replace your 7z.exe v.4.41 to Barshrat Driver Packs v.4.26 before click "Remove and Rescan" it worked but after unpack in c:\driverpacks\d\... it won't auto searching hard drive folder. (of couse , I login as administrator for testing) i am not sure "registry" been added, i try to search "C:\DriversTest" key word in registry it don't found. hardware.log ........ [02:30:54] - Directory (C:\DriversTest) created successfully. [02:30:54] - Searching for 7zip archives in C:\Test ........ [02:32:47] - Unpacking drivers from C:\Test\DP_Sound_B_wnt5_x86-32_606.7z [02:33:12] - Unpacking drivers from C:\Test\DP_WLAN_wnt5_x86-32_605.7z [02:33:35] - Unpacking completed successfully. [02:33:36] - Setting Driver signing to OFF. [02:33:36] - Setting path into registry using RegistryDevicePath method. [02:33:37] - Drivers path was set successfully into registry. [02:33:37] - Removing unknown hardware from system. [02:33:38] - Advanced Output: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1051&SUBSYS_10518086&REV_02\4&1F7DBC9F&0&40F0: Removed [02:33:38] - Advanced Output: 1 device(s) removed. [02:33:38] - Advanced Output: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1051&SUBSYS_10518086&REV_02\4&1F7DBC9F&0&40F0: Removed ... ... [02:33:39] - Unknown devices were removed successfully. [02:33:39] - Starting Device Manager. [02:33:39] - Forcing system to detect Plug & Play Devices. [02:33:50] - System is now detecting and installing drivers for your hardware. Wait!
  14. need some help with "drives packed" mothed I am testing version 0.4.4 functional with Bashrat Driver Packs in network drive, but somehow after unpacks, c:\drivers always empty thanks! hare is setting of hardware.ini Start=Manual Mode=Standard Drivers_drive=Z Drivers_dir=\DriverPacks Device_manager=On Method=RegistryDevicePath Logging_to_file=Yes Logging_option=Advanced Drivers_Packed=7zip Copy_drivers=Yes Copy_where=C:\Drivers Delete_drivers=No Create_backup=Yes Leave_registry_entries=No ___________________________ network drive z:\DriverPacks\hardware.exe z:\DriverPacks\hardware.ini z:\DriverPacks\DP_Graphics_A_wnt5_x86-32_608.7z z:\DriverPacks\DP_Graphics_B_wnt5_x86-32_603.7z z:\DriverPacks\DP_Graphics_C_wnt5_x86-32_603.7z _________________________________ hardware.log [08:08:44] - =================== Log Start: ws0001 [08:08:44] - Starting program on ws0001. [08:08:44] - Detecting Windows version - Windows XP x32 [08:08:44] - Checking for drivers directory existance. [08:08:44] - Drivers directory (Z:\DriverPacks) exist. [08:08:44] - Detecting number of devices in system. [08:08:44] - Found 106 devices of which 3 have problems. [08:08:44] - Manual start used - Waiting for orders. [08:08:46] - Checking for directory where drivers will be copied. [08:08:46] - Directory (C:\Drivers) already exists. Using it. [08:08:46] - Searching for 7zip archives in Z:\DriverPacks [08:08:47] - Unpacking drivers from Z:\DriverPacks\DP_Graphics_A_wnt5_x86-32_608.7z [08:08:48] - Unpacking drivers from Z:\DriverPacks\DP_Graphics_B_wnt5_x86-32_603.7z [08:08:49] - Unpacking drivers from Z:\DriverPacks\DP_Graphics_C_wnt5_x86-32_603.7z [08:08:55] - Unpacking completed successfully. [08:08:55] - Backup of drivers was started. Please wait! [08:09:10] - Backup of drivers is done. [08:09:10] - Setting Driver signing to OFF. [08:09:10] - Setting path into registry using RegistryDevicePath method. [08:09:10] - Drivers path was set successfully into registry. [08:09:10] - Removing unknown hardware from system. [08:09:10] - Unknown devices were removed successfully. [08:09:10] - Starting Device Manager. [08:09:10] - Forcing system to detect Plug & Play Devices. [08:09:12] - System is now detecting and installing drivers for your hardware. Wait! [08:10:07] - Setting Driver signing to ON. [08:10:07] - Reseting registry DevicePath to default. [08:10:08] - =================== Log End: ws0001
  15. I can confirm, too. I try 3 CD and Vurtual PC 2004 all has same issue, maybe something to do with nlite R6 add sp4 in w2k, anyone try on newer w2k w/sp4 proload CD from MS.