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How to add video driver to WinPE 3.0?

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Probably you need more files

Set Screen Resolution is working in Make_PE3 builds .....

See WIN7_add_explor.txt in Make_PE3\PE3_mod\WIN7_add\amd64

// Screen Resolution and Personalize Desktop Background + some extra files
// Added July 16, 2010 dwmcore.dll

\windows\system32\alttab.dll
\windows\system32\cscdll.dll
\windows\system32\cscui.dll
\windows\system32\msfeeds.dll
\windows\system32\mydocs.dll
\windows\system32\photometadatahandler.dll
\windows\system32\provsvc.dll
\windows\system32\searchfolder.dll
\windows\system32\shacct.dll
\windows\system32\shgina.dll
\windows\system32\structuredquery.dll
\windows\system32\themeui.dll
\windows\system32\dwmcore.dll

\windows\system32\en-US\alttab.dll.mui
\windows\system32\en-US\cscui.dll.mui
\windows\system32\en-US\mydocs.dll.mui
\windows\system32\en-US\provsvc.dll.mui
\windows\system32\en-US\searchfolder.dll.mui
\windows\system32\en-US\shacct.dll.mui
\windows\system32\en-US\shgina.dll.mui
\windows\system32\en-US\themeui.dll.mui
\windows\system32\en-US\dwmcore.dll.mui

\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\Windows\*.*

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Thanks, wimb. I assume I am to copy these files from my W7 x64 system and place them in the WinPE image. My W7 does not have a shacct.dll.mui file. Thanks and enjoy, John.

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I copied the files from the above into the appropriate folders and tried it. I see no difference. I can change to several resolutions but to only a few selected ones. I used the OUTPUT switch on SetResolution-x64 to get a list and will post it if anyone is interested. There are no 16:9 ratios which is what my monitor is, only 5:4 and 4:3. With none of these changes on a 32 bit WinPE, the same list of resolutions is available. I also see no difference between running the booted driver and the Catalyst driver. So I still cannot convince myself that the Catalyst driver is actually controlling my video card. Enjoy, John.

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