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Old 01-15-2008
Mario Savard
 

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startnet.cmd
HI, I trying to automate the instllation of vista from a DV-ROM. But I need
to run to seperate command in the startnet.cmd. The first one is the
diskpart command which runs'ok. But my second batch files taht copy the WIM
file from the CD to the c:\ once the diskpart is completed is been ignored.
Can you help.

IN resume I need to run to different batch files from the startnet.cmd
sample of my startnet.cmd

wpeinit
clean_all.bat
copy.bat

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Old 01-16-2008
Dave R.
 

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Re: startnet.cmd

"Mario Savard" <MarioSavard@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:9A063CA1-5729-434B-8C25-73604FA063DF@microsoft.com...
> HI, I trying to automate the instllation of vista from a DV-ROM. But
> I need
> to run to seperate command in the startnet.cmd. The first one is the
> diskpart command which runs'ok. But my second batch files taht copy
> the WIM
> file from the CD to the c:\ once the diskpart is completed is been
> ignored.
> Can you help.
>
> IN resume I need to run to different batch files from the
> startnet.cmd
> sample of my startnet.cmd
>
> wpeinit
> clean_all.bat
> copy.bat
>


For a batch or CMD file to run another batch or CMD file and then
continue with the rest of the file, you need to call it, like so:

wpeinit
call clean_all.bat
call copy.bat

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Dave


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