Fair enough, I'm not a coder but an option that modifies the source instead of copying it first would be preferred by me. Besides rsync works alot better than copying the whole tree over and over again
This is the whole reason way I switched from using cdob's RAM method.
I'm already using it and works like a charm
Off topic... I added this to setup.cmd to hide the presetup.cmd terminal window:
:: +=======================================================+ :: | DriverPacks method 2 http://driverpacks.net/ | :: |-------------------------------------------------------| ::if exist presetup.cmd ( ::echo call presetup.cmd >>winsetup.log ::start "" /wait /min presetup.cmd ::echo end presetup.cmd >>winsetup.log ::) for /f "tokens=1 delims=: " %%? in ('mountvol.exe ^|find ":\"') do ( dir %%?:\OEM > nul 2>&1 && set disk=%%?: ) if defined disk ( start /wait /realtime /separate "" %disk%\OEM\bin\un7zip.exe %disk%\OEM\DP*.7z %systemdrive%\ %disk%\OEM\bin\un7zip.exe %disk%\OEM\bin\*.7z %systemdrive%\ copy /y %disk%\OEM\bin\DPsFnshr.ini %systemdrive%\ if exist %disk%\OEM\*.ins copy /y %disk%\OEM\*.ins %systemdrive%\ %disk%\OEM\bin\DevPath.exe %systemdrive%\D start %systemdrive%\DSPdsblr.exe )
I noticed that DSPdsbler.exe wont run, I get an error that it's not executable (Since when did Windows XP have an executable attribute ) . The commands and paths are identical to presetup.cmd from the DriverPacks so I'm starting to wonder if it's ever worked... especially since I have driver signing disabled in my winnt.sif anyway. Any thoughts?
This post has been edited by kof94: 22 December 2009 - 01:39 PM