- Latest WinPE_SE (v.36, 20120416)
- Clean build
- Only extra app: Autohotkey.exe, RunFromRam,True (so it's on X:)
(so it looks for it's startscript on y:, which is the USB stick.)
On a hp nc6320 (my testnotebook), this doesn't work when the system is "cold-booted" (so power off, then power on). The file Y:\portable\autohotkey.ini is not found. (So I guess the drive is not "ready" in time)
It only works on a warm boot (power on, reboot). After that, no more problems, so only on cold boot!
With my previous build (v.17, 20120107, or around that date), this doesn't happen (tested). No problems on cold boot. It might have something to do with the brand of USB, but I don't expect that (they're all Kingston).
What could be the cause of this, and what can I do to prevent it? Maybe some kind of "Wait for Y:" I can put in somewhere? For the time being, I will do more testing, but I hope somebody has a better (permanent) solution. Thanks!
Thanks also for a great program (WinBuilder), Project (WinPE_SE), and forum!!!
Edited by Atari800XL, 06 May 2012 - 10:55 AM.