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VistaPE: Warnings in memtest and TestDisk


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#1 Burner727

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Posted 20 January 2010 - 12:29 AM

Hi

VistaPE is great tool, many thanks!!
My build with VistaPE v.12 RC1 shows 2 warnings:

1.) (TestDisk & PhotoRec 6.11) Unrecognized command:
[::DirCopy,"%two_folders_up%\TestDisk\*.*","%Target_Prog%\%ProgramFolder%"]

2.) (memtest.script) Unrecognized command: [DeleteFile,%targetdir%\boot\memtest.bin]

What does this mean? Can I safely ignore this? Or what i have to do?

Thanks

#2 JonF

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Posted 21 January 2010 - 01:18 PM

1.) (TestDisk & PhotoRec 6.11) Unrecognized command:
[::DirCopy,"%two_folders_up%\TestDisk\*.*","%Target_Prog%\%ProgramFolder%"]

WinBuilder used to treat every unrecognized command as a comment. Apparently the script's author liked the "::" style of comments from batch files. Now WinBuilder is pickier and doesn't see "::" as starting a comment. Either remove the line (since it's supposed to be commented out) or change it to "//DirCopy,"%two_folders_up%\TestDisk\*.*","%Target_Prog%\%ProgramFolder%".

Or you can ignore it.

2.) (memtest.script) Unrecognized command: [DeleteFile,%targetdir%\boot\memtest.bin]

That's an error that might leave you the wrong version of memtest. It should be FileDelete. not DeleteFile.

The original author of VistaPE has not been seen for a long time, and VistaPE 12 RC1 has not been updated in that time. It has been supplanted by VistaPE-CAPI. You get VistaPE-CAPI by clicking Download in WinBuilder and selecting vistape.winbuilder.net under projects you want to download.

#3 Burner727

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Posted 26 January 2010 - 09:14 PM

Thank you very much for your help!

Many greetings from Austria




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