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What is WPI?

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That would be almost impossible because not any two persons use the same softwares.

Kel has a sample in the pack you can modify to suit your needs, aint that difficult to use the wizard either.

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i have a error on

could not open useroptions.js

and cant save it too

whats wrong with that?

And when this wizard starts and how it can be included in windows

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Where is your WPI folder located (Hard Drive, CD, DVD)? Sounds like you do not have write access.

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Where is your WPI folder located (Hard Drive, CD, DVD)? Sounds like you do not have write access.

Im using windows xp

and have backetup windows cd with nlite then copied the wpi in the same folder on my harddrive

and have putted in or unchecke al files not to be read only ....

whats the problem with the file??

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i have a error on

could not open useroptions.js

and cant save it too

whats wrong with that?

And when this wizard starts and how it can be included in windows

hey.. i have the same problem as this guy.. anyone know how to fix it?

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Nero 7 caused the issue in my system and even uninstalling it didn't fix it...

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What is it compatible with... just XP?

Can I use it on Server 2003?

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Reading over the documentation it appears to be an imaging utility that also handles software automation - if I am already content with the imaging process I have in place, can I simply use this tool for automation? I know this is open source - can it be used within a corporate environment?

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there is no guide or book for use WPI ? ? ?

and how it work

sorry for my language

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