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turbomcp

is NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore needed?

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turbomcp    0

hi i am making afew checks to the compressed drivers method and i dont see

why this is needed

before i used vmware drivers for testing and everything installed fine(vga)

now ever since i added this entry it doesnt get installed

at the end of install it is marked with yellow mark

any idea what exactly does this do?????????

cause to me it seems it conflicts with:

DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore

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I don't think it's needed. There is no mention of it in ref.chm or Technet. I know nLite always adds that but I don't know where nuhi got that from.

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Noxolos    0
Thanks for your answer. I will drop this entry.

Do you have an idea for this problem too?
[url="http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=19792&st=120#entry873695"]http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...120#entry873695[/url] Edited by Noxolos

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To get the repair option you have to remove the [Unattended] section from winnt.sif. That will probably affect other things you are trying to do.

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Noxolos    0
I think removing the [Unattended] section would make the TXTSETUP.OEM Method for integrating SATA drivers stop working.
Because the [OEMBootFiles] section needs the entry OemPreinstall=Yes in the [Unattended] section.

So I have to use another way to integrate the driver. I think I will edit the TXTSETUP.SIF file.

Thanks for your reply.

regards
Noxolos

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