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'st' is not recognized as an internal or external command...

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Running on Windows XP SP 2 I get the following

'st' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

Program - USB_MultiBoot6.cmd - 14 mar 2008 - Date = 16/03/2008 0:38:35

Prepares MultiBoot USB-Drive provided with Windows XP Setup LocalSource
Supports Booting: MS-DOS FREEDOS
Press any key to continue . . .

Had a quick look at the batch file but can't see anything obvious. Haven't run it properly yet but I'll try and see if I get any problems.


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A new link to Install XP from USB was introduced in version 6,

instead of the link to the Guide in the initial Help Screen.

Thanks to thasan who made me aware of the effect of &st=6 in this link

The st is then not recognized as a command and gives a message, but it will give no problem :)

It will be corrected in the next version ....


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