I made a successful unattended install for XP using nlite and wpi for my apps. So I wanted to go a step further and use a usb flash drive to make the installs faster. I used the "USBMultiBoot10" and the instructions provided by the maker and xp installs great! Right up to the part of the WPI execution. It generates a error saying:
"cannot find D:\wpi\wpi.hta"
Before I ran the install, I noticed that the USBMultiBoot10 did not copy over the WPI folder to the USB flash drive any where. So I copied it myself to where they placed my i386 folder and $OEM$ folder.
I use the runwpi.exe in the $oem$ folder and executes from the cmdlines.txt
I tried to copy the entire WPI folder over to the %systemdrive% and that did not work either.
Maybe my drive letters are all screwed up?
Maybe I should just run WPI from the flash drive?
Maybe I am completely doing this the wrong way for a USB install?
I can run WPI after the xp install finishes and windows logs on. However I would like this to execute immediatly after windows xp is done installing.
I am Noob at this. Any help from somebody that uses USBMULTIBOOT10 and WPI would be really great.
UPDATE: I think I solved my own problem. Testing it out. Hopefully it works. If it does, what a dumb mistake.
Edited by wkkerns, 30 June 2008 - 02:33 PM.