Dell Driver feeds seems to work great for the new models we are buying, however, correct video drivers are never installed, just a generic VGA driver is installed.
Anyone experience this and has anyone solved this? Creating a bunch of post installs and custom scripting for each model is not desirable...

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Every time I turn the driver feed back on to see if they've fixed it I get on Win7 OS Installation ""Windows setup could not install one or more boot-critical drivers. To install windows make sure that drivers are valid and restart the installation." It's the most frustrating thing to me. Are these not tested?!?!? Anyway, I use post-installation tasks for 90% of my drivers. It's one of my only complaints about the K2, that and I can't upload an image from a RSA.

Are you installing Win 7 or Win XP? While not desirable, there really aren't that many types of video drivers that Dell uses and it wouldn't take much at all to create the 3-4, or however many, post installation tasks and have machine specific installations.
Answered 06/27/2011 by: dyehardfan
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Corey, is this a fix for the video drivers not installing?
Answered 06/28/2011 by: mlathrop
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I can confirm that this does all drivers on at least our M4500 and E6410 Dells. This is great and exactly what I was hoping the Driver Feed would accomplish!

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Would really do all drivers, not just video.

Answered 06/30/2011 by: asanchez
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