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Daemon Tools 4.03 how to install it?

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FYI: I noticed that on my testmachine the SPTDinst window text did not match with your script, cause it updates, so the text would be 'This program will update SCSI'. Ofc this would not happen at T-12 on a fresh install :)

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Hi,

@MHz

Im pretty new to autoIt scripts...but i tried to compile your SPTDLoopInstall.html and _SPTDinstFI.html using the AutoIt Script to EXE converter and i get the following error

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And i tried to compile your _Daemon_Tool_v4.03.html and it worked but when i double-click on it write after i make it to see if it does anything i get this error

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Is that normal for the D-tool exe and am I using the write program to do all this?

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saitoh183: Hmm, the tags in that error message looks to me to be html, did you try compile the source of the html files? That would be wrong...

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ok...im confused....how is this suppose to work?...how do i compile...as i said im new to this. steps would be appreciated :) I downloaded AutoIt 3 now whats next?

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Open the above webpage one by one, edit>>select all and paste in a new .au3 file, could be created by notepad or context-menu right-click. If you have AutoIt 3 installed you should be able to right-click the .au3 file and choose compile. That's it :)

Edited by BoardBabe

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after that, all i need is the new exe created? do i still need the original Daemon403-x86.exe on my UnCd?

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after that, all i need is the new exe created? do i still need the original Daemon403-x86.exe on my UnCd?

Yes.

Look here for simple instructions.

As BoardBabe has mentioned, an Au3 script is a plain text file, not Html. The Html is just for easy viewing.

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ok...thx ...i will give it a whirle and let you know the results :)

Edit: everything worked like a charm...Thx all :)

Edited by saitoh183

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actually.. This is easier to do than you think

Here are the noob steps to do this.

1: Go to www.duplexsecure.com/downloads and save it to your Desktop

2: go to your START menu

3: From the START menu select RUN

4: from the RUN menu, select BROWSE

5: Look for "ALL FILES" on the desktop from the browse exploration

6: Select it and click "OPEN"

7: In the RUN box it will display the address to the file in Quotes.... at the end of the quotes, use the SPACEBAR key to insert a space directly after the last "Quote"..

8: Now type the word add

9: Press OK

10: Thank me later

Peace

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actually.. This is easier to do than you think

Here are the noob steps to do this.

1: Go to www.duplexsecure.com/downloads and save it to your Desktop

2: go to your START menu

3: From the START menu select RUN

4: from the RUN menu, select BROWSE

5: Look for "ALL FILES" on the desktop from the browse exploration

6: Select it and click "OPEN"

7: In the RUN box it will display the address to the file in Quotes.... at the end of the quotes, use the SPACEBAR key to insert a space directly after the last "Quote"..

8: Now type the word add

9: Press OK

10: Thank me later

Peace

Nice tip :) , but I think that is where the script helps to install while you sit back for a awhile and rest.

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