OemPnPDriversPath not working?


G

golderm

Hi everyone,

Not quite sure what's going on here can anyone suggest anything?

Added a load of drivers to subfolders of $OEM$\$1\drivers\
Added to my sysprep.inf the following
OemPnPDriversPath=Drivers\Audio;Drivers\Card;Drivers\Chipset;Drivers\Graphics;Drivers\Modem;Drivers\NIC;Drivers\WLAN

Install a sysprep'd image onto a system, and it runs through the mini-setup,
but does not seem to install the drivers.
Post install I can browse for the driver in the correct folder e.g.
c:\drivers\Audio and it installs fine just not automatically.

The HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion DevicePath contains the
existing Dell paths, and does not exceed 1,023 (it only contains 218)
characters.

Even if I enable the 'scan for pnp devices' sysprep switch which I only need
for old hardware? it still does not install the drivers.

Any ideas anyone?
 
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G

golderm

Ok, I already knew that the entry in sysprep.inf gets written to the
registry, but I think I have found out that this happens when you run
sysprep.exe not during deployment, can someone clarify this please?

Is there a way I can edit the registry by mounting the iamge in WAIK\ImageX
to save re-doing the image?
 
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