1 - CMD file corrected as per "!!!" boo-boo (should have had ":: " in front of). There are a number of notes...
2 - Additional link added for "pcopy02.zip". That was the reason for NOT deleting that (and another) ZIP file...
3 - The link I gave to 7-zip was directly from this
... As noted it "redirects" in EITHER case.
:: http://downloads.sou...nzip/7za920.zip (Redirected to download)
I just used said link again and it auto-"passes" to your link.
4 - -X- apparently had a problem with it "working" (unsure why) so I just re-tested as both CMD and BAT - works the same in both cases.
Please note -
1 - Download/Unzip the CMD to a folder
2 - Download/Unzip 7ZA.EXE from 7za920.zip (use links given - wherever...) to the same folder
3 - Download WGET.EXE (this AFAIK is the only/LATEST Windows version) to the same folder
4 - Run it...
--- additional notes
a - You MIGHT want to manually download "pcopy02.zip" from any of the THREE links given inside CMD, as I already noted there that the Original Web Archive occasionally FAILS, and (apparently) so does the other one I used. This is the reason I DO NOT DELETE the ZIP file.
b - You MIGHT want to do the same with the "XVI32.ZIP" just in case there is a problem with getting it... Same reason for NOT deleting THAT "ZIP" file.
c - other files we HOPE will always be available as they come from MS Servers.
Feel free to alter the CMD for said potential Failures (IF EXIST=NO then Try Next WGET Link). Everything you need to know is in the Comments. One might consider this a Collaborative Effort - I just created the CMD file (after trial-and-error "been a while")... As noted, THEORETICALLY the FOUR files (7ZA.EXE, WGET.EXE, PARTCOPY.EXE, XVI32.EXE) could be included in the "Package" - I left that up to the End User (attached ZIP is smaller)...
edit - and apologies for getting SUPPORT.CAB to obtain CABARC.EXE - the reason for using it instead is noted inside the CMD...
edit2 - ARG!!! The following line
ECHO REM change x20 to x60 for wusetup.exe>"%~dp0WUCAB.XSC"
Is also a boo-boo... REMOVE the "ECHO"!!! (or just ignore it...)
Corrected CMD attached here...
Corrected CORRECTED (Important! see below comments) attached here...
Edited by submix8c, 20 June 2012 - 10:54 AM.