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Auto detect ATI driver

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OlFatGuy

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Got a question. I am making an install disk that I would like to include drivers for an ATI video card. I would like to use this disk for more than just that computer. If I use this disk on another computer that doesn't have that card will the disk auto detect this and install a different driver? If it well not is there a way to make it detect hardware and install a default or correct driver?
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The Integrated Drivers are placed in separate Folders within the I386 folder as folder(s) "NLDRV\nnn" where "nnn" is a generated sequence number. nLite modifies TXTSETUP.SIF to allow POINTING to as "potential" drivers to use. If that given Hardware doesn't exist, then the Standard PnP Drivers included with the OS will be used.

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