I am pulling my hair out over this. Using dpinst.exe /s doesn't work, rundll32.exe also doesn't work. If I manually click update driver and browse to the directory storing my files, it works. this was packaged with Difxapp but because the drivers are in a subdirectory off beneath the INF file it doesn't work.

these are signed drivers.

Has anyone automated something like this? I would be most appreciateive.

Sincerely,
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What does the detailed output from dpinst say? the "/C" (output to console) switch if i'm not mistaken.
Answered 01/10/2012 by: GrGrGr
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that actually did help...pointed to a pending install or something...i rebooted and voila! the device was recognized.
Answered 01/12/2012 by: aogilmor
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