So it seems your LFSLazy.exe
is not actually in C:\Users\user\Downloads
folder. So the exec command is giving the parameter error when it's trying to execute that exe file while it's not there.
If your LFSLazy.exe
is in the same folder as LFS.exe
- replace /exec "C:\Users\user\Downloads\LFSLazy.exe"
with /exec ".\LFSLazy.exe"
if it's not in the same folder - you need to specify the whole path so for example if your LFSLazy.exe
path is C:\LFSLazy\LFSLazy.exe
then replace /exec "C:\Users\user\Downloads\LFSLazy.exe"
with /exec "C:\LFSLazy\LFSLazy.exe"
BTW you don't really need that second start_LFSLazy.lfs
script file. You can use just the autoexec file to start Lazy. So it would look like this:
// This script is run when LFS reaches the main entry screen
// You can use it for initialisations, running scripts, etc.