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FileInstall("01.wav", @UserProfileDir & "\01.wav")
FileInstall("02.wav", @UserProfileDir & "\02.wav")
FileInstall("03.wav", @UserProfileDir & "\03.wav")
FileInstall("04.wav", @UserProfileDir & "\04.wav")

For what ever reason only 01.wav is installing why is this?

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BrewManNH

Are the files 02 - 04.wav located in the same location as 01.wav when you compile the script?


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icedice

Are the files 02 - 04.wav located in the same location as 01.wav when you compile the script?

Yes they are and they do not exists in the location they are being installed to.

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icedice

I didn't change a thing just rebooted my computer and then it worked fine. I have no clue what was wrong but thanks for the help!

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Juvigy

Maybe those files were in use/locked by WinAmp or something.

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Vlad_1996

Sorry for necroposting, but I seem to have found a solution (reboot didn't work for me).

I used this code

$Sound_bar = @TempDir & "\Sound_bar.wav"
    FileInstall("C:\Users\555\Desktop\scripts_run\alarm1.wav", $Sound_bar)

Code is no mine, found on this forum, long live the guy who posted it.

So, it creates a file in the %temp% with the corresponding name and installs the sound off of it. Win+R, go to %temp% and you'll find it. Rename it to Sound_bar1 or whatever and you're free to install your second sound even if it's in the same folder. Apparently reboot didn't erase temp files in my case.

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I don't understand why people start off "sorry for necroposting, but...." This means you know the forum etiquette, and chose to ignore it. You could just as easily posted this in the snippets thread, even including a link back to this topic, and would have gotten more eyes on it than by resurrecting a 6 year old thread.


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