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Xpload On Xp T-9 Dont Start..

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hi forum.

sorry for my bad english i'am geman people.

my problehm ist to run xpload in step winnt.sif [setupParams]

i'm not shure the corent code for startup and the xmlcode.

strukture:

---RunOnceEx----

$OEM$\cmdlines.txt

$OEM$\RunOnceEx.cmd

$OEM$\$1\apps\

----postinstall-----

$OEM$\$1\PostInstall\xpload\

$OEM$\$1\PostInstall\***progis**

win setup copy alle the fils to systemdriv --OK

runonce installing necesari apps --ok

ar the postinstall dont work.

code:winnt.sif

[SetupParams]
UserExecute="%systemdrive%\PostInstall\xplode\XPlode.exe xml:#systemdrive#\PostInstall\xplode\xpinstall.xml /log:c:\temp\Xplode_install.log"

can't see a incorect code.

code:postinstall.xml

<XPlode4>
<!ENTITY SrcDir "#SOURCEDRIVE#\i386">
<!ENTITY DstDir "#SYSTEMDRIVE#\i386">
<config>


 <display plugin='#XPLODE#\XPlodeOriginalInstall.x4d'>
 <show total='6' after='4' subcount='true' />
 
 <!-- make antialiasing false if you're running GUIinstall mode -->
 <font face='Tahoma' antialias='true' small='8' large='13' />
 
 <!-- note the position attribute - it is listed in 'x,y' positions. -->
 <!-- 0..8 still may be used. -->
 <window width='340' position='8' fixmain='0' />
 
 <!-- can be standalone, or guiredraw -->
 <!-- for the latter two, you don't need to specify background colours, or images. -->
 <windowmode mode='GuiRedraw' border='false' />
 <colours>
   <header back='#003399' fore='#FFFFFF' image='%XPLODE%\images\head.png' />
   <footer back='#003399' fore='#FFFFFF' image='%XPLODE%\images\foot.png' />
   <progress border='#000000' back='#FFFFFF' fore='#008800' fore2='#00AA00' />
   <main back='#6699FF' fore='#FFFFFF' current='#FFFF00' description='#FFFFFF' image='%XPLODE%\images\main.png' overlay='#FFFFFF22' />
 </colours>
 </display>
</config>


 
   
 <item display="Microsoft Java VM">
   <execute display='Microsoft Java VM...'>
     <program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\MSJava\msjava86.exe</program><arguments>/Q:A /R:N</arguments></execute>
    </item>

 


 <item display="Microsoft Dot Net">
   <execute display='Installiere Dot Net...'>
     <program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\dotnet\dotnetfx.exe</program><arguments>/Q</arguments></execute>
    </item>



 <item display="Microsoft Dot Net Update 1.1">
   <execute display='Installiere Dot Net Update....'>
     <program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\dotnet\NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe</program><arguments>/Q</arguments></execute>
    </item>



 <item display="XP Updates und Hotfixes">
   <execute display='Installiere KB867282.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB867282.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
   <execute display='Installiere KB867282.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB867282.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB873333.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB873333.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB873339.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB873339.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB885250.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB885250.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB891781.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB891781.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB890830.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB890830.exe</program><arguments>/Q</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB890047.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB890047.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB888302.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB888302.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB888113.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB888113.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB890175.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB890175.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB886185.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB886185.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB885836.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB885836.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB885835.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB885835.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB873339.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB873339.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB885626.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB885626.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB884020.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB884020.exe</program><arguments>/Q /O /N /Z</arguments></execute>
 <execute display='Installiere KB887742.exe...'><program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB887742.exe</program><arguments>/Quiet</arguments></execute>
 </item>

 <item display="Bearbeite Registry">
   <execute display='Installiere Tweaks...'>
     <program>regedit</program><arguments>/S #SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\RegTweaks.reg</arguments></execute>
     </item>


 

<!-- note the "hide='true'" - this prevents the window from appearing when being executed -->
 

   
</XPlode4>

how ist the code ok ?

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Well, (god I hate looking at code, it gives me headaches), please make a log file. These are my remarks with a first look:

use <items> tags:

<XPlode4>
   <config>
     blabla
   </config>
   <items>
      <item display="Installiere programm">
        blablabla
      </item>
      <item display="Bearbeite Registry">
        blablabla
      </item>
   </items>
</XPlode4>

Those are needed.

Next, I don't really know if it matters, but try to keep your code clean:

<item display="Microsoft Java VM">
  <execute display='Microsoft Java VM...'>
     <program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\MSJava\msjava86.exe</program>
     <arguments>/Q:A /R:N</arguments>
   </execute>
</item>
<item display="XP Updates und Hotfixes">
   <execute display='Installiere KB887742.exe...'>
     <program>#SYSTEMDRIVE#\PostInstall\Hotfixes\KB887742.exe</program>
     <arguments>/Quiet</arguments>
   </execute>
</item>

Hope this helps :)

edit=looks like you created a logfile, please post it.

edit2= try this SetupParams code instead:

[SetupParams]
UserExecute="%systemdrive%\PostInstall\xplode\XPlode.exe /xml:"%systemdrive%\PostInstall\xplode\xpinstall.xml" /log:"c:\temp\Xplode_install.log" /console"

edit3= make sure your XML-file is called xpinstall.xml (like in your SetupParams) and not postinstall.xml (as you said in your post)

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Dank you for your post.

now i'am hav fixet the code from your exempel.

noe teh installer ist working fin and starting corrent.

yust 1 fing .

On the setup windows comms up the dos console wif the commands line parameter's.

how to do hide the dos box?

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That's probably this code:

[SetupParams]
UserExecute="%systemdrive%\PostInstall\xplode\XPlode.exe /xml:"%systemdrive%\PostInstall\xplode\xpinstall.xml" /log:"c:\temp\Xplode_install.log""

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danks for the request.

ar cmdnow ist not the right tihng to du.

i'am yust remoce the /console switsh.

UserExecute="%systemdrive%\PostInstall\xplode\XPlode.exe /xml:%systemdrive%\PostInstall\xplode\xpinstall.xml  /log:c:\temp\Xplode_install.log"

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