dilmah

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  1. Hey! That's awesome! It seems to have completely fixed the problem for me. Well done!!
  2. This looks like it could be related to this post.
  3. Hi kelsenellenelvian, I have also set the LaunchFromCD='yes' variable in the useroptions.js file (or equivalent via the GUI) but that hasn't helped. I've also this morning done a fresh install of WPI with all the default scripts and configuration, with the following changes: 1) Set up one program to install in config.js 2) Changed LaunchFromCD to 'yes' in useroptions.js 3) Modified WPI.cmd as previously mentioned in my last post 4) Copied the WIN51 file into the root directory of my D: drive (to emulate it as a CDROM drive) 5) Run WPI from the root directory of my D: drive (no WPI folder anymore) Same problem as in my last post. I've proved to myself at least that I can reproduce this error and it wasn't some dodgy config or setting I'd inherited in my migration from WPI 4.3.5 to WPI Lite 1.0. Any help on this would be appreciated. Thanks. Dillon
  4. Hi everyone! First up I'd like to say thank you for creating the great piece of software which is WPI. I've recently switched over to WPI Lite v1.0 and loving it so far because I need every possible MB I can get on my XP CD. I'm having one minor issue though which comes up after WPI goes through and installs my selected program(s): * Once the installs finish, WPI normally flashes back up for a second and then exits cleanly and the XP setup continues as per normal (I previously was using WPI 4.3.5) * Now however, once the installs finish, I get the following error and WPI stops, and hence the XP install stops: Javascript Error Report Message: The system cannot find the file specified. Url: file://D:\WPI\WPI.hta File: generate.js Line: 259 Now as you have probably noticed I have unzipped WPI into X:\WPI and not X:\ (where X is the cd drive) and have edited the WPI.cmd file as follows: 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:\WIN51 set CDROM=%%i: and set wpipath=%cdrom%\WPI Any ideas what's causing this? I had this working before in v4.3.5... but maybe I forgot to edit something. Thanks in advance, Dillon