integrating pnp drivers into a RIS image


S

sysbuilder

RIS appears so cut and dry, until you start applying these concepts in real
world.

I am attempting to integrate video drivers into a RIPREP image. I have
completed the instructions listed in the technet article below.

Adding Plug and Play Drivers to a RIS Image
URL: http://207.46.196.114/WindowsServer/en/lib...43aeed1033.mspx

However, it isn't working.

When the image completes I am still looking at a system without the
appropriate video drivers installed. The native resolution isn't there.

I really like troubleshooting these issues, but I've checked and double
checked these instructions and google'd countless other resources.

It's just not coming together. Can someone assist me?

Below this line is my riprep.sif file [unattended] section

[Unattended]
OemPreinstall = Yes
OemPnPDriversPath="Drivers\STOR;Drivers\VID"
FileSystem = LeaveAlone
ExtendOEMPartition = 0
TargetPath = \WINDOWS
OemSkipEula = yes
InstallFilesPath = "\\%SERVERNAME%\RemInst\%INSTALLPATH%\%MACHINETYPE%"
LegacyNIC = 1
 
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M

MacAddict

RIS appears so cut and dry, until you start applying these concepts in real
world.

I am attempting to integrate video drivers into a RIPREP image. I have
completed the instructions listed in the technet article below.

Adding Plug and Play Drivers to a RIS Image
URL:http://207.46.196.114/WindowsServer/en/lib...43aeed1033.mspx

However, it isn't working.

When the image completes I am still looking at a system without the
appropriate video drivers installed. The native resolution isn't there.

I really like troubleshooting these issues, but I've checked and double
checked these instructions and google'd countless other resources.

It's just not coming together. Can someone assist me?

Below this line is my riprep.sif file [unattended] section

[Unattended]
OemPreinstall = Yes
OemPnPDriversPath="Drivers\STOR;Drivers\VID"
FileSystem = LeaveAlone
ExtendOEMPartition = 0
TargetPath = \WINDOWS
OemSkipEula = yes
InstallFilesPath = "\\%SERVERNAME%\RemInst\%INSTALLPATH%\%MACHINETYPE%"
LegacyNIC = 1

Hi sysprep,

I would just check that you have the .inf files in the %machinetype%
folder (not inside another folder). Also, I don't think you can pass
variables in the riprep file (I have been known to be wrong)...
 
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S

sysbuilder

removing the quotes doesnt change anything.

What should the path be under InstallFilesPath -

And, why doesn't any technet or kb articles mention anything about
InstallFilesPath values?

I'm ready to do a webex and a concall if someone can just walk through this
with me.

This whole concept, any and all instructions from microsoft does not pull
this off. I don't believe this works. It's crap. I follow the
instructions, and it doesn't work.

MacAddict said:
RIS appears so cut and dry, until you start applying these concepts in real
world.

I am attempting to integrate video drivers into a RIPREP image. I have
completed the instructions listed in the technet article below.

Adding Plug and Play Drivers to a RIS Image
URL:http://207.46.196.114/WindowsServer/en/lib...43aeed1033.mspx

However, it isn't working.

When the image completes I am still looking at a system without the
appropriate video drivers installed. The native resolution isn't there.

I really like troubleshooting these issues, but I've checked and double
checked these instructions and google'd countless other resources.

It's just not coming together. Can someone assist me?

Below this line is my riprep.sif file [unattended] section

[Unattended]
OemPreinstall = Yes
OemPnPDriversPath="Drivers\STOR;Drivers\VID"
FileSystem = LeaveAlone
ExtendOEMPartition = 0
TargetPath = \WINDOWS
OemSkipEula = yes
InstallFilesPath = "\\%SERVERNAME%\RemInst\%INSTALLPATH%\%MACHINETYPE%"
LegacyNIC = 1

Hi sysprep,

I would just check that you have the .inf files in the %machinetype%
folder (not inside another folder). Also, I don't think you can pass
variables in the riprep file (I have been known to be wrong)...
 

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