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Coral1

Integrating SATA Drivers On WinXP 64 Bit

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I am making a unattended installation of WinXP 64 bit. I have also integrated the Intel SATA drivers. However during installation I keep getting the warning;

"The installed INF file does not contain digital signature information.

Do you still want to install the driver software?"

This makes the installation attendable since I would have to respond to the prompts. Are there any settings in Nlite to avoid this ?

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In nlite not to my knowledge, but you can edit the unattended.txt and add "DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore" in the [unattended] section as explained there.

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Thank you for your reply. I found the file. It is "Winnt.sif " It has alredy been edited and generated by nLite 1.4.9.1 but for some reason it is not working. :(:}

; Generated by nLite 1.4.9.1

[Data]

Autopartition=0

MsDosInitiated=0

UnattendedInstall="Yes"

[unattended]

UnattendMode=DefaultHide

UnattendSwitch="Yes"

OemPreinstall="Yes"

OemSkipEula="Yes"

FileSystem=*

WaitForReboot="No"

NoWaitAfterTextMode=1

NoWaitAfterGUIMode=1

DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore

NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore

Hibernation="No"

Edited by Coral1
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OK promlem solved. I have reintegrated the drivers. :)

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Edited by Selvaraj
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