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  1. Hello, I have created a script on my own computer for uninstalling and installing a specific customer application. For some reason it works great on my own computer, but i doesn't run at all at the customer his or her computer. I have a Windows 7 Professional - 64-bit machine and the first machine i have tested it at the customers location was a 32-bit machine, so ok, maybe that is the problem, but at an other computer with 64-bit it also doesn't work. So i installed AutoIT with editior on both machines, but a simple RUN command doesn't work. #RequireAdmin Run("C:\TEMP\Setup2010\setup.exe") With or without the RequireAdmin doesn't make a difference. Could someone help me to understand why my script works great on my own computer, but when you move it to another computer it doesn't work? If you compile it or not. Kind regards, Remco
  2. Hi, is this the right way to use RegWrite func on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows $HKEY_CURRENT_USER = 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER64' If @OSArch = 'X86' Then $HKEY_CURRENT_USER = 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER' RegWrite($HKEY_CURRENT_USER & '\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run', 'Obd2Diag', 'REG_SZ', 'app') Thanks in advance
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