Injecting Drivers during audit mode for syspreping Windows 7 and then Fogging
C:\Drivers just like that guide, but the funny thing is I never read the guide until today
Then I use RegEdit, in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows/Current Version click on “DevicePath” and enter “C:\Drivers” (remember the entries must be separated by a semicolon).
I’ve only had issues with one particular unit we have here, C115, they change the motherboard type, and it’s been a bit of a hassle to get the chipset drivers to install untouched (Mainly because it likes to run an installer to get the drivers in place), so I just wrote a script to run the installer and added it to the setupccomplete.cmd file.
What folder do you Jaymes put your drivers in for windows to automatically locate them?
Not a problem, good luck! I’ve been thinking about writing a driver pack I may give it a go for this summer… then I can actually help troubleshoot the issues with it.
Man this is awesome! Just what I needed! I was having some quarks with building in VMware so maybe this will help me iron the kinks out too. Thanks Jaymes!
I think what you are looking for is called SAD2
There are many ways to do this, I just make the drivers available on a folder during install, it parses and grabs the files it needs, if a driver fails I manually point it to the file that is already on the hard drive. I have NEVER used this tool and I can not offer help in the area, but I do believe it is more along the lines of what you are looking for. ( i manage 3 school buildings too so manually editing things isn’t that big of a deal but I can see where it would be with a larger scale of customers.)