par2j.exe running

Hi guys. I'm trying to run an exe (par2j.exe). The problem is to get the syntax right cmd and in the right order. I followed the syntax of command supplied with the exe file, but I can't understand it. I created an image recovery files for test purposes and just a simple demo VI who performs a self-test for the par2j.exe.

Initially, if someone can show me how to operate at least successfully the command to "check", then I think I can get the rest work.

Thank you

Kas

Well, I have it run & got the same "valid file not found" error like you. Weird. It's to do with being not defined working directory.

If wire you the directory at the entrance to 'working directory' Exec system function, it works then.

MC

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