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SCCM2007 Image Deployment driver package

Hi,

I am fairly new to sccm, and have been setting it up recently following various websites etc.

I have captured an image and am in the process of deploying an image to a dell e5500.  I have also included in that image various drivers such as video, audio etc.

When the image is completed and i have logged in, there are still outstanding drivers showing as required!

I have reviewed the drivers that have been imported into the database and cannot see them in the database. However i originally created the driver package using the dell driver cd and when i try a new import using extracted drivers from this cd it states that the drivers are already in the database! An example would be the video driver Intel GM45\ GE45\ GS45 Intergrated Graphics. Maybe this is under a different name but i have searched the db and cannot see it.

The second part of the question is would there be a reason that several of these drivers aren;t installing if they did exist in the package for deployment or how can i test this?

If i manually install them they are fine, but they seem not to be injected automatically?

Any assistance would be appreciated.

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KezziCommented:
Look in the DISM log file which should tell you which drivers are failing.  The log file is either in the DISM folder or in the same location as the SMSTS log file created when building.

I have seen drivers come up with different names in the database.  If you open the inf file for the driver you will see a list of products its compatible with but its main name may not be one of them.
I have used some of the driver reports to successfully find the drivers I'm looking for to include in my driver packs.
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