myselfidem, on 10 February 2011 - 05:27 AM, said:
wazer, on 09 February 2011 - 08:02 AM, said:
I think it has something todo with my image i made with rt7lite. I tryed to integrate my ati drivers, should they go for boot install ?, i tryed win install nothing got installed.
With rt7lite or with others programs I install ATI full program
(I've made an SFX file) with WPI, and all works fine!
You may expand the drivers first then inject. Especially ATI and NVidea DriverPacks
How to use DRVPREP!
Program will scan a root directory and search that and all subdirectories for any files ending
with an underscore ( _ ). It will expand the file while keeping the underscore character in the
filename extension thereby allowing DISM to process the files.
FIRST TIME USE: Double-click and program will ask for root directory where drivers are stored.
Directory given will be saved to ini file for future reference.
SUBSEQUENT USE: Double-click and program will read directory given at first time use.
You may delete the INI file (same folder as exe file) to start over again.
COMMAND LINE: You may call the exe from another app or batch file using the following format:
W7_DRVPREP.EXE "C:\MY FOLDER\MY DRIVER ROOT FOLDER" (must enclose in double quote!!)
Trailing backslash is not required.
The directory given WILL NOT BE SAVED to ini file.
Finally, this program will always run through without user interaction, even if errors are found.
All messages and message boxes will appear for 5 seconds and move on.
I used yhis method with success
On the other hand, I've tested all Win7 integration tools and had a bad experience with RT7Lite. Since while I'm using 7Customizer
. Although is the oldest tool, it is the must reliable tool for me.