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islander_810

Spaces in filename gives errors

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If there are spaces in filenames, it gives errors saying file not found.

Eg...

command.1 = "W:\Windows\Drivers\XP\NVIDIA\163.75 XP x86\setup.exe" -s

What is wrong?

Also, will the above setup be executed silently? Using RunOnceEx, it does. With WIHU, it doesn't.

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You should really consider removing the spaces as it will solve your problem and make installation silent at the same time.

I know this doesn't really answer the question but this is the most certain solution.

I think I've encountered the same problem and fixed it or found its root but I don't remember and can't run wihu now. :(

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If there are spaces in filenames, it gives errors saying file not found.

Eg...

command.1 = "W:\Windows\Drivers\XP\NVIDIA\163.75 XP x86\setup.exe" -s

What is wrong?

Also, will the above setup be executed silently? Using RunOnceEx, it does. With WIHU, it doesn't.

First of all, you need quotes, if the path or the filename contains spaces.

In ur example the switch must be included between the quotes; like this:

command.1 = "W:\Windows\Drivers\XP\NVIDIA\163.75 XP x86\setup.exe -s"

Edited by Tefole
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