damak5

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  1. a genius you are...I forgot I disabled the logging (for no apparent reason either)! thanks for the prompt response
  2. I am using WPI when I install drivers for my computers at home (Dell and HP) so there are multiple commands for each Unique ID in the config.js file. When that particular driver pack is installing the various drivers the install window just says command 1, command 2, command 3 etc. I was wondering if there is any way to change the text to say which driver (video, audio etc) instead of it just saying command. Sometimes a driver fails to install or gives a warning so being able to know which one had an error would be useful. Thanks ahead of time!
  3. I am firing off WPI from sysprep using the following command in the oobeSystem pass. this is part of the first logon commands: <SynchronousCommand wcm:action="add"> <CommandLine>c:\windows\utils\wpi\wpi.exe</CommandLine> <Order>2</Order> <RequiresUserInput>true</RequiresUserInput> </SynchronousCommand> this is my config.js. I was using WPI 8.1 and copied the old config.js into the UserFiles folder as recommended when upgrading to WPI 8.4.6. I still have the config.js file and the other 4 files that are supposed to be in the UserFiles folder, in the WPI scripts folder: // WPI Config 8.0.0 // // User defined options // // Configurations tab CheckOnLoad='default'; Configurations=[]; ShowMultiDefault=true; // --- SortOrder=['Applications']; //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- // Your programs here... //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- pn=1; prog[pn]=['Cisco VPN']; uid[pn]=['CISCOVPN']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; forc[pn]=['no']; bit64[pn]=['no']; cat[pn]=['Applications']; cmds[pn]=['"%wpipath%\\Install\\Cisco VPN\\CiscoVPN64.exe"']; desc[pn]=['Cisco VPN']; pn++; prog[pn]=['D630 Driver Pack']; uid[pn]=['D630DRIVERPACK']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; forc[pn]=['no']; bit64[pn]=['no']; cat[pn]=['Applications']; cmds[pn]=['"%wpipath%\\Install\\D630\\Audio\\setup.exe" -s','"%wpipath%\\Install\\D630\\Intel Wireless\\Intel PROSet Wireless.msi" /quiet']; desc[pn]=['Intel Wireless']; pn++; prog[pn]=['Optiplex 960 Driver Pack']; shortdesc[pn]=['Optiplex 960 Driver Pack - REQUIRED INSTALL']; uid[pn]=['OPTIPLEX960DRIVERPACK']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; forc[pn]=['no']; bit64[pn]=['no']; cat[pn]=['Applications']; cmds[pn]=['"%wpipath%\\Install\\Optiplex 960 drivers\\Audio\\setup.exe" -s','"%wpipath%\\Install\\Optiplex 960 drivers\\Intel AMT HECI\\setup.exe" -s','"%wpipath%\\Install\\Optiplex 960 drivers\\Intel AMT SOL\\setup.exe" -s']; desc[pn]=['Optiplex 960 drivers']; pn++; //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- // End of program definitions ... //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- my useroptions.js file. this is in the UserFiles folder and thew WPI scripts folder: // WPI Options 8.1.0 // // User defined options // // Window tab Resolution=800; MainWindowWidth=800; MainWindowHeight=600; MainWindowX=-1; MainWindowY=-1; InstallerWindowX=25; InstallerWindowY=25; // General tab NumCols=3; // --- Timer=false; Seconds=60; StartBeepAtSecs=10; // --- Language='en'; // --- DefaultInstallPath='default'; CustomInstallPath=['']; // --- AbortInstallIfFailure=false; ExecuteCommandIfFailure=['']; ContinueWhereFailed=false; // Features tab ShowExtraButtons=false; DoNotShowIfCD=true; USSFSilentMode=false; VerifyInstallHDD=false; AllowCheckForInternet=false; LoadDesktopBeforeInstall=false; ReOpenAfterInstall=false; DisableCatCheckBoxes=false; SortWithinCats=false; DisableOnDepsNotMet=true; AlwaysUseScrollBar=true; DontSplitCats=true; InstallByCategory=true; ReallyForce=false; DisableIfDoGray=false; InstallFonts=false; ShowCommandInInstaller=false; ShowInstallerImages=false; AlwaysShowOutputWindow=false; EjectCDWhenDone=false; DoNotShowIfUSB=true; DisableHotKeys=false; // Tools tab MonitorResolution=0; MonitorDepth=0; MonitorRefresh=0; // --- ExecuteBeforeEnabled=false; ExecuteBeforebit64=false; ExecuteBefore=['']; ExecuteAfterEnabled=false; ExecuteAfterbit64=false; ExecuteAfter=['']; // --- RestartComputer=false; RestartType=0; RestartSeconds=30; DoNotLoadDesktop=true; // --- LogInstallation=false; LogPath=['%systemdrive%\\WPI_Log.txt']; TimeStampLogFile=false; // Audio tab PlayAudioInInstaller=false; InstallAudio=[]; Volume=75; Shuffle=false; CopyAudioFolder=false; CopyAudioPath=['%systemdrive%\\WPI_Audio']; DeleteAudioFolder=false; // Sounds tab SndWPIStartCB=false; SndWPIStart=['"%wpipath%\\Audio\\SoundsScheme\\Alert.wav"']; SndInstallStartCB=false; SndInstallStart=['"%wpipath%\\Audio\\SoundsScheme\\AtBeginning.wav"']; SndInstallSuccessCB=false; SndInstallSuccess=['"%wpipath%\\Audio\\SoundsScheme\\Yes.wav"']; SndInstallWarningCB=false; SndInstallWarning=['"%wpipath%\\Audio\\SoundsScheme\\Warning.wav"']; SndInstallFailCB=false; SndInstallFail=['"%wpipath%\\Audio\\SoundsScheme\\No.wav"']; SndInstallFinishCB=false; SndInstallFinish=['"%wpipath%\\Audio\\SoundsScheme\\AtEnd.wav"']; SndWPIExitCB=false; SndWPIExit=['"%wpipath%\\Audio\\SoundsScheme\\Exit.wav"'];
  4. Ok cool :-) Which scripts do you want to see? Do you want me to post code directly here or upload as attachment or PM you?
  5. not sure who this is directed at but i dont use Warez
  6. I tried the exe from 8.4 and it has the same issue where the wpi.exe process doesn't run, only mhsta.exe. I am running WPI from sysprep so the next commands is running before WPI is finished doing what it has to do
  7. I am having the same issue that midiboy is having with the WPI.exe no longer running (i previously used 8.1). I used to be able to have wpi and all files in my sysprep file run before teh desktop loads but now WPI runs as well as the next installation which has been causing issues. I tried using the 8.2 executable but i have been getting the IE Debug script errors when running WPI. has a new version of the executable been released that keeps wpi.exe running? Thanks ahead of time