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Not work on Windows 7

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Hello ..

I have a little question about script I made ..

I made an install script for example, and it works great on windows XP.

I sent it to a friend (he has Windows 7), and he checked the script.

But it doesn't work to him ..

I think the script works only on windows xp ...

Or .. why it doesn't work on other operating systems?

I'll glad to get some help !

Thank you !! :]

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Let me polish up my Crystal Ball and get back to you....

or you could should the script and tell us what the issue is on win7.


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If the only information you get from the guy running your script on Windows 7 is "it doesn't work" then you clearly need more error checking in your script.

Check if your friend is running Windows 7 in 64bit mode.

Did you send him the script or a compiled executable?


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Well, when he said: "it doesn't work" - he mean that the installation doesn't work automaticlly ..

I made an auto install script just for test, and it install automaticly for me, but when he click the file, nothing happend, just a window show up.

Just an application window, and no automaticly install..

He run on 32 Bit,

and I compiled the script to exe file (executable).

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Post the script here. If UAC is turn on, the script will not be executed, unless has #RequireAdmin on the top.

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