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Creating a Batch File to Run Image for Windows

Because Image for Windows is a Win32 program, you must use the START command with the /WAIT switch.  For example:

START /WAIT IMAGEW.EXE /c00 d:\somefile

For more information on the START command, go to a Command Prompt and enter the command "START /?" (without the quotes).  For more information on the command line options available with Image for Windows, consult the Image for Windows documentation.

 


Technical Notes:

If necessary, the path to IMAGEW.EXE can be specified using the /D option. For example:

START /D "C:\Program Files\TeraByte Unlimited\Image for Windows\V2" /WAIT IMAGEW.EXE /c00 d:\somefile

Note: The above command should all be on one line.


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