Golden Image Question
jayrob86 last edited by
Have you tried this for Windows 10 ? If so do you still recommend to use the WinPE 3.0 drivers? Or would you suggest 10.0
To answer your question that article was written specifically for windows 7. So yes you need to use winpe10 drivers for windows 10 (its on the same dell driver page). Everything still works as documented , with the exception of the registry change. For windows 10 you have to add a section to your unattend.xml file to tell windows 10 OOBE to look for the drivers in a location you choose.
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Wayne Workman last edited by
Also, if you go the sysprep route, you will have to do this:
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
Community members have found that Windows 10 is pretty great with drivers, and that you don’t necessarily need to worry about them like you did in past versions of windows.
Where it will matter is if you have special hardware, like advanced graphics drivers, a RAID card, or something else that’s not in a typical office workstation.
Generally you just sysprep - or run @JJ-Fullmer 's script to generalize Windows 10 without sysprep. Either works, but I lean towards Fullmer’s script because it seems cleaner and can be more controlled and fine tuned - where sysprep is just a closed-source binary blob and who knows what it’s doing under the hood.