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Integrating of the special driver into the Windows 7 DVD/ISO

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I'd like to integrate the driver of some special RAID controller into Windows installation image of, for example, Windows 7. It's needed to avoid pressing F6 and inserting an floppy diskette.
But one thing is still remains unexplained. What image I should be using to integrate the driver to : boot.wim,install.wim or both from the Windows 7 DVD/ISO?
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Try slipstreaming!
Found a reference here:
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/slipstream-drivers-into-windows-7.120729/

It looks like you use both install.wim and boot.wim!
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