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tijiez

Am I missing something obvious?

RunWait("ccsetup138_slim.exe /S", @ScriptDir & "installers\", @SW_HIDE)

Errors that the file cannot be found, but it's there.

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baghenamoth

Am I missing something obvious?

RunWait("ccsetup138_slim.exe /S", @ScriptDir & "installers\", @SW_HIDE)

Errors that the file cannot be found, but it's there.

you have to put a \ after using macro like @scriptdir

RunWait("ccsetup138_slim.exe /S", @ScriptDir & "\installers\", @SW_HIDE)

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kjmarket

If you don't do it the way he said, its not going to work anyway.

I created a junk prog named the same as the one you are trying to open, and made it jsut pop up a message box...

RunWait("ccsetup138_slim.exe ", @ScriptDir & "\installers", @SW_hide)

Whats the /S for? Some sort of start up command? With it, it tells me the program cannot be found..without it runs fine.


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baghenamoth

you have to put a \ after using macro like @scriptdir

RunWait("ccsetup138_slim.exe /S", @ScriptDir & "\installers\", @SW_HIDE)oÝ÷ Ûú®¢×¬¢ºòÊ¡j÷­¢­¶Ø«z­)ßW§jg©j¶¦z׫jëh×6RunWait(@ScriptDir & "\installers\" & "ccsetup138_slim.exe /S", @ScriptDir & "\installers\", @SW_HIDE)

the working dir parameter is optional for program which may need it. I guess it's like the filed "start in" in shortcut properties

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kjmarket

Thats what i thought /S meant..and I cant believe I forgot the entire path was necessary. I really need to refresh my memory on the basics again...lol


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baghenamoth

I really need to refresh my memory on the basics again...lol

so do I !

I didn't notice it at first time ! !

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