issue with msi once i have used device driver wizard in installshield
having an issue using the install shield device driver wizard
i have recaptured a package and put once i have built my msi i have ran installshield and edited the msi and ran the device driver to include 3 folders which have .inf files in for the drivers.
on doing this and saving my msi, it then fails to launch 1603
nothing in the logs to suggest what is causing this
but is the msi going to try looking for the device driver files in the location i gave it or does it embed them into the msi?
im confused as to why it isnt working and dont know hot to trouble shoot it as i need the drivers in this package
NB if i revert to the msi i created with no drivers it works fine
I can also create the driver package separately and it works on its own
so something the repackager is capturing is either preventing it or it doesnt like the admin studio created msi, i dont really want 2 msi's per application, i have noticed an issue with unsigned driver, does anyone know of a command to suppress the unsigned drivers? or to sign the drivers so it goes away as i think thats the issue
Community Chosen Answer
There is an option to force into legacy mode on the driver wizard, but this will only work for XP and below. If you need to sign the driver yourself, there is a very good how-to here: http://www.itninja.com/question/guide-to-signing-unsigned-drivers