test result Windows XP Pro SP0
FileCopy - Failed to copy [%BaseDir%\ROOT\WINDOWS\system32\wzcsvc.dll] to: [%BaseDir%\ROOT\INSTALLERS\TASKMGR\SystemRoot\system32\wzcsvc.dll]: The system cannot find the file specified.
This is working on my system - I've only tested the new scripts on x86 Windows 7 (SP1) host though. Please check to see if the wzcsvc.dll
file is in the ROOT/WINDOWS/system32/
directory - if it has been expanded successfully in the earlier part of the Task Manager script then perhaps there is a delay in the file being extracted and it does not appear to be there when the FileCopy command is carried out.
Will look into using the the Winbuilder internal Expand
command instead of 7-zip - I have only just found out that single files can be extracted. What can I say - I'm a Winbuilder n00b!
The point is only that we can make a "diff" allright between Dietmar's first set and second set.
If you prefer you started from "step 2" whilst I am advocating to start from "step 1", not that big a difference, but I would like to have the "finest granularity" possible.
Just as an example (and please don't take it as a critic ) even in the small build you already have a "logical fallacy" , you get the fastfat.sys in "Core":
BUT you add the Registry entry in "Recommended":
I'm not sure if the fastfat script is actually required at all. There are a lot of, in my opinion, unnecessary registry entires in Dietmar
's files - I need to retest whether his FastFat entries work without adding the edits you use in the first file set.
I am kind of starting from step 2 as you have put it for the previously stated reason that I simply don't have the skills and knowledge to get to step 2 from step 1 using your modular approach - there are simply too many registry changes that I don't understand.
There's still a lot of work to do! Thanks for the link to Extract - will explore this if the internel Winbuilder Expand
command is not working.