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bookie32

Can't Copy Files From File to WAIK

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Hi guys :thumbup

I am tearing my hair out here......

I have the 3.1 supplement ISO mounted on K: and my WAIK is installed on the D:, so I run the following:



xcopy K:\ "D:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\PETools" /EURY


I keep getting the same "specify a file name (file=F D=directory)" ?

Please tell me what I am missing here....

bookie32

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use: robocopy k:\ "D:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\PETools" /E /xo

And it should work.

Edited by allen2
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Hi allen2 :hello:

OK I ran that command and it copied a lot of files....but if I compare the files in WAIK they seem older than the ones from 3.1?

How do I check that the files have been updtated?

bookie32

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Hi allen2 :hello:

OK I ran that command and it copied a lot of files....but if I compare the files in WAIK they seem older than the ones from 3.1?

How do I check that the files have been updtated?

bookie32

WAIK files are unchanged between version 3.1 and 3.0. The only difference is the WinPE 3.1 wim that is included (and maybe some OCs).

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Hi Tripredacus :hello:

Thanks for that!

bookie32

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Thanks for that!

Yes... I was highly disappointed after downloading its 1.5GB+ download to find this out. I ended up skipping it altogether.

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Hi again!

Yes, more wasted energy checking, rechecking, reading, rereading etc....

Too much for my brain cells.... :ph34r:

bookie32

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More info. "Fixes" instead...

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Hi submix8c :hello:

thanks for the link...

bookie32

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