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Using third party SCSI drivers with Windows 2003 RIS server?

 
 
Robert Gordon
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      2nd Mar 2004
I have recently received a number of workstations that use a non-default
install XP compatible SCSI adapter (LSI LOGIC 1030).

I roll out the majority of my Windows XP workstations from a Windows 2003
RIS server. However, RIS doesn't allow the option of
pressing F6 at textmode boot time, to allow the third party driver to be
loaded.

If there some detailed instruction for what the modifications that are
required to any .sif or .oem files to add the third party XP compatible
driver into the boot sequence?

Rob Gordon


 
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      10th Mar 2004
Robert

I've been searching everywhere, we have the same problem here...

Please email me if you find the solution, and I will do the same. We are about ready to call Microsoft. We have Windows 2000 images that do give the f6 option, but all the XP ones do not

We have compared the answer files, relaoded the install image, searched the internet...

Good luck !
 
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