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post #31 of 41
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Originally Posted by boogy886 View Post
Know any cheap ones?! that autorun.ini is the only .ini I can find...
Well, that's an inf. But I was being tongue-in-check with saying we could rent a programmer. hehe I was kinda talkin' about them like they're a tool.

Anyway, are there a lot of folders on the CD, or just one, or what's the directory structure like?

I'm thinking about doing winkey+F for a file search, and then selecting that CD (or rather, the specific location of the contents of that cd which, of course, are on the hdd in that specific location) for *.ini to see how many we come up with. If there aren't any initialization files (.ini), then this might be more complex than I thought.
post #32 of 41
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Originally Posted by 5CheeseLasagna View Post
Well, that's an inf. But I was being tongue-in-check with saying we could rent a programmer. hehe I was kinda talkin' about them like they're a tool.

Anyway, are there a lot of folders on the CD, or just one, or what's the directory structure like?

I'm thinking about doing winkey+F for a file search, and then selecting that CD (or rather, the specific location of the contents of that cd which, of course, are on the hdd in that specific location) for *.ini to see how many we come up with. If there aren't any initialization files (.ini), then this might be more complex than I thought.
I looks like there are 5 file folders, then a bunch of hidden docs, then in each of the file folders there are a bunch of hidden pdf's
post #33 of 41
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did a search for *.ini and *.inf and found nothing other than the autorun.ini
post #34 of 41
No. This can't be. I wanted this to be easier! hehe Oh well, there's never any free lunch.

This has just jumped out of my league. I'm sorry. But I sincerely wish you total success with this.
post #35 of 41
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well, damn, I thought we had this. Thanks anyway
post #36 of 41
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well, damn, I thought we had this. Thanks anyway
Yeah. Now I wonder if there are any programmers on here who'd be willing to make a new menu for you.

Or, to see if that existing menu can be reprogrammed to reflect the new directory structure
post #37 of 41
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Yeah. Now I wonder if there are any programmers on here who'd be willing to make a new menu for you.

Or, to see if that existing menu can be reprogrammed to reflect the new directory structure
doesn't appear that there is...
post #38 of 41
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Ttt
post #39 of 41
I wonder what would happen if you promised a Rep+ for those who help you. They'd probably rush to help as though you were giving away money.
post #40 of 41
I wouldn't hold out for somebody to just write a bunch of code for you.
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