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DriverForge v5.0! - An Automatic Driver Installer

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MyKey0815    0

Hello,

I have downloaded the newest nightsly of Sound-Packs (DP_Sound_A_wnt5_x86-32_90902.7z and DP_Sound_B_wnt5_x86-32_90903.7z). I want to use DriverForge to install the drivers in a unattended setup procedure of Windows XP SP3 (German).

DriverForge detect and want to install "C-Media AC97 Audio Device" and bring up a message box to confirm.

Can someone say, what ist wrong? Is it possible to install the Soundcard without the prompting message box?

Thank you for your help

Michael

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Guimenez    0

Please, can anyone explain me how to use this great program?

i compiled the program with autoit

i put the driverpacks drivers uncopressed in one folder called driver

then i run the program

and how can i make the program install the drivers on my computer

thanks

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Guimenez    0

Sorry, i was downloading another program, i forgot do scrool down :D

many thanks

it will be possible to speed up the process to find the hardware?

it take for about 8 minutes searching for the drivers before starting the installation.

I have in my root usb disk the driverforge and a folder called drivers (with driverpacks inside)

What is the path that i put in the driverforge without changing every time i use in another pc, i've try it only "drivers" but doesn't work.

i need to search every time for the drivers folder before start

thanks

Congratulations for this great software, it works 100%

Edited by Guimenez

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Guimenez    0

Hi

i'm trying to use drivergeek, but it doesn't install some drivers, but if i run driverforge with

the same drivers, it install everthing

What can i do?

thanks

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Rogon3    0

I need something right sample dgconfig.ini.

For my bad English, I don't understand how to write right paths in dgconfig.ini.

With my bad english, I understand like below.Is this right or wrong?

I want to use DriverPacks.net files and make them into 7zip SFX file, is it possible?

[Main]

RunSilent=1

Reboot=0

ShowDeviceManager=1

DPInstPath=C:\DOCUME~1\Admin\LOCALS~1\Temp\drivergeek\bin

AcceptEula=1

[Drivers]

DriverSearchPaths=C:\DRV

ScanScriptDir=1

DriverSearchDrives=D:\|CDROM|REMOVABLE

CompressedDriversPath=C:\DRV

ExtractDriversPath=C:\DOCUME~1\Admin\LOCALS~1\Temp\drivergeek\drivers

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cdusseau    0

Maybe I am missing something, but Drivergeek is grabbing some of the drivers and ignoring some others.

I know the ones I have hosted on the network work, because I can manually point the device to them and they work fine. Think of any reason why this is?

I've even tried putting all the drivers onto a usb key but it just looks at them and ignores them. I can manually install them, but that defeats the goal here.

Edited by cdusseau

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gabmatrix    0

Hi there!

Me too, DriverGeek doesn't find all drivers that DriverForge used to find. It just picks some and ignore some...

Let us know if you can fix this issue!

Thanks for the great tool nonetheless!

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wimb    3

In Portable Windows 7 PE I used with succes dpinst.exe combined with dpinst.xml to update and install all missing drivers.

As source I used wn6-x86 DriverPacks extracted to 1.5 GB folder x86 on portable 2.5 inch USB-HDD drive

In this case DriverGeek (driverguru) failed to install all drivers.

See post #236 in

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=23931&st=220

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