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0000387DriverPacks BASEDPs BASE misc.public2007-07-14 08:392007-07-22 11:28
Assigned ToBashratTheSneaky 
PlatformOSOS Version
Product Version7.04 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0000387: presetup not working, not installing during boot
DescriptionAs it was mentioned here, allready - sorry, Im not in use with this report system Mantis - the presetup.cmd is not working for me.too.

It stops during boot install, saying somthing like: could not find any stuff

When I read the artikel by some guy (again, sorry, Im wasnt able to add an entry there), I added a Start twice in the Script. Each time where there had to be an *.exe starting.

REM +===========================================================+
REM | Decompressing the DriverPacks to the harddisk. |
REM |-----------------------------------------------------------|
start %CDDRIVE%\OEM\bin\7za.exe x -y -aoa %CDDRIVE%\OEM\DriverPack_*.7z -o"%DPDIRROOT%"

REM +===========================================================+
REM | Scanning for driverdirectories. |
REM |-----------------------------------------------------------|
start %CDDRIVE%\OEM\bin\SetDevicePath.exe %DPDIR%

REM +===========================================================+
REM | Enable installation of unsigned drivers. |
REM |-----------------------------------------------------------|
START %CDDRIVE%\OEM\bin\WatchDriverSigningPolicy.exe

With this Issue, it is the first time for two years, the the driverpacks are working during startup.
TagsNo tags attached.
Destination OS Platformwnt5_x86-32 (Windows XP)
Installation Platformdisc (CD/DVD)
DriverPacksnot applicable
DriverPacks Method2
DriverPacks Finisher MethodGUIRunOnce
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BashratTheSneaky (administrator)
2007-07-22 11:28

IIRC, the "START" statements were removed more than a year ago, because they caused this exact same error. So I'm definitely not adding this just for you, sorry for that, but I'm not willing to break it for thousands of other users. I'm afraid you're the only one with this isssue. Perhaps it's caused by the specific Windows XP version that you're using.

Again, I'm sorry. But I can't solve this.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2007-07-14 08:39 Binog New Issue
2007-07-14 08:39 Binog Status new => assigned
2007-07-14 08:39 Binog Assigned To => BashratTheSneaky
2007-07-14 08:39 Binog Destination OS Platform => wnt5_x86-32 (Windows XP)
2007-07-14 08:39 Binog Installation Platform => disc (CD/DVD)
2007-07-14 08:39 Binog DriverPacks => not applicable
2007-07-14 08:39 Binog DriverPacks Method => 2
2007-07-14 08:39 Binog DriverPacks Finisher Method => GUIRunOnce
2007-07-22 11:28 BashratTheSneaky Status assigned => closed
2007-07-22 11:28 BashratTheSneaky Note Added: 0000677
2007-07-22 11:28 BashratTheSneaky Resolution open => fixed

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