WDS Boot error

We purchased a Dell latitude 3440 laptop. When we try using WDS to apply a custom image I get this error.
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In device manager this is the network driver "Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller." I injected this driver "rt64win7.inf " into boot file.but still get error.

What driver am I missing?
molly22Asked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
It also has to be in the install.wim.  You are not in the winpe phase when you are getting this error.
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molly22Author Commented:
Not sure I understand. When we boot laptop to PXE before we get the menu screen we get the error. I understood that I needed to inject the correct driver into the boot.wim file. This is the .wim file in the boot folder. This is what I did but still get the error. Can you give me a little more information.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
in WDS did you reinstall the boot.wim after you made the changes? Try that.
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molly22Author Commented:
Yes, I did a replace image.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
that image seems to be from the install.wim and not the boot.wim did you add the driver to the install.wim as well?
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molly22Author Commented:
I have not added it to the install.wim file. Would I not need to be able to boot to WDS first? We are getting this error when we try to boot to WDS.
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molly22Author Commented:
After injecting the 32 bit driver for Win7 into the boot.wim file it is working.
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molly22Author Commented:
This Dell is a 64bit 3440 Latitude laptop.  Could not boot into WDS to pull down an image. After injecting the Win 7 32bit driver for this model it worked. I can boot into WDS and pull down a fresh image.
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