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Problem.. running .exe file

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I am having a problem converting my script to .exe.

Here is the error when I try to run the .exe I have made.

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I tried adding to the script, but I keep getting the error:

FileInstall("C:\june720091.bmp", @TempDir & "\june720091.bmp")
FileInstall("C:\june72009.bmp", @TempDir & "\june72009.bmp")
FileInstall("C:\ImageSearchDLL.dll", @TempDir & "\ImageSearchDLL.dll")
FileInstall("C:\ImageSearch.au3", @TempDir & "\ImageSearch.au3")

I can do a "Beta Run" and it works perfect, just when compiling the .exe is where I am having the problem(s) running it.

Here is my script

#include <ImageSearch.au3>
$x1=0
$y1=0
Do

$result = _ImageSearch("june720091.bmp",1,$x1,$y1,0)
Until $result=1
if $result=1 Then
    Do

$result = _ImageSearch("june72009.bmp",1,$x1,$y1,0)
Until $result=1
EndIf

if $result=1 Then
    MouseMove($x1,$y1,3)
    MouseClick ("left")
    MouseClick ("left")
    sleep (1000)
    Send ("flashdrive")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("aton")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("easydoesit")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("mono")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("smallscale")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("imet")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("sam")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("etal")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("meara")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("ripa")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("okapi")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("tet")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("ads")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("gutsier")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("dustjacket")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("ella")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("anth")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("nlers")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("elec")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("isao")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("daysofyore")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("shyster")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("ngo")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("yet")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("ariel")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("surf")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("daunt")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("flea")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("ein")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("utne")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("biennially")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("chew")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("mentalnote")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("keds")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    Send ("idiotlight")
    Send ("{ENTER}")
    Sleep (100)
    MsgBox (0, "June 07: 2009", "Completed")
    
EndIf

Any help would be great.

Thank You,

-nick21

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Simply change this...

_ImageSearch("june720091.bmp"...

to the location you "FileInstalled()

_ImageSearch(@TempDir & "\june720091.bmp"...

... Additionally, you should check for IsArray($array) to be sure!

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Ok I changed:

$result = _ImageSearch("june72009.bmp",1,$x1,$y1,0)

to

$result = _ImageSearch(@TempDir & "\june72009.bmp", 1,$x1,$y1,0)

still giving me the error, and for the IsArray part I don't quite understand that.

Thank you for the help though, in getting this to work.

-nick21

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You're not even using any arrays in your script, so the only way to explain your array error if there is a problem with the _ImageSearch function. I'm never used _ImageSearch at all so maybe this is for someone else to answer.

I posted to give you an idea of what's going on and that it's probably not your fault (Although could potentially be fixed by you).

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@nick21

Are you on a 64-bit OS ?

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