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Problems installing drivers from a driver package in SCCM

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Hello

I have sccm 07 set up and runing perfectly. Have use OSD on many machine types and everything works fine. I have created a wim image that I captured from a reference computer. So now i have a new modell HP DC 7900, I create a driver package with all the drivers for the computer. Then I create a task sequnce with the wim image and apply the right driver package. Everything works fine, but when I log on to the computer I se that it has not installed any drivers to the machine. There are a many Yellow questionmasrks on compnents. So this means that the drivers have not been installed, but when i clik the compnent and  click update the driver it installs righ away, without problem. So the computer has downloaded the drivers but not installed them.. Strange...

Have anyone seen this before any tips?

Thx for all reply's
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Try running sysprep with the -pnp switch.  Also, note the last sentence below...
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/302577:
-pnp - Runs the full Plug and Play device enumeration and installation of previous devices during Mini-Setup. This command-line parameter has no effect if the first-run experience is Windows Welcome.

Use the -pnp command-line parameter only when you must detect and install previous, non-Plug and Play devices. Do not use the sysprep -pnp command-line parameter on computers that only use Plug and Play devices. Otherwise, you will increase the time that it takes for the first-run experience without providing any additional benefit to the user.

Note When unsigned drivers are unavoidable, use the UpdateInstalledDrivers=yes parameter in conjunction with OemPnPDriversPath= and DriverSigningPolicy=ignore  
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Okey So I add the parameters in to the sysprep.inf file and put it in the Sysprep folder and  start the capture media?

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Okey So I add the parameters in to the sysprep.inf file and put it in the Sysprep folder and  start the capture media?

:)
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