Add Network Driver to Ghost 10 ISO file

Posted on 2007-08-07
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Last Modified: 2013-12-02
Hi All

I'm stuck and not to sure where to continue.

I am trying to amend a Ghost 10 iso file to add in a new Network Driver for the Dell Optiplex 745.

I have ISO Buster and the driver, i can't find the information/config file to add it in, also how do i add it in once found???

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Question by:Bakersville
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ID: 19662991
Do you have this image syspreped?

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funnyfingers earned 2000 total points
ID: 19663021
Just so I don't waste time in between replies,
If you have the driver and the image is syspreped you would put the driver in the location where the DevicePath registry setting points to.  Example I used a custom DevicePath and point it to C:\Dell\Nic\Broadcom;C:\Dell\Nic\Intel;C:\Dell\Video\Ait; etc.
If I have a new driver I just add it to one of the folders that is being searched.

Author Comment

ID: 19682357
Thank you for this.

Got it sorted now.  Took a bit of time to get my head round it, but got there...


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