Hi All,

Need a bit of help if poss with driver installs when using a scripted install.....

I have completed the scripted install with no issue at all, however after the install of the OS the drivers do not install... I have used the harvesting tool and all drivers are in the correct share, however they do not automatically install. is there something i am missing out??

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Mike
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The driver harvest doesn't always get everything. Take a look at the machine in inventory in the K2000 and make sure there are no missing drivers. In rare cases, you MUST install drivers as a post-installation task - an example of this is the Intel chipset package.
Answered 01/27/2011 by: airwolf
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Thanks for the resonse,

Surely all the drivers will be missing from the inventory if none of the drivers were installed on the laptop in question?
Answered 01/27/2011 by: michaelb
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I mean under Systems - choose the system in question. Then, scroll down and look at the Driver Compatibility Report for the proper OS from the drop-down. If anything doesn't have a green check mark next to it, then the harvester failed to pull everything needed for that device. I've had to add a few drivers to the driver share manually to compensate for the somewhat ineffectiveness of the driver harvester.
Answered 01/27/2011 by: airwolf
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What make and model computer are you re-imaging and what OS are you using? On our HP Laptops (6930p and 8440p) I have to install the Audio, Video and Modem drivers as post install tasks in XP. I have not re-imaged one with Win7 yet so I don't know how big of challenge that is going to be.
Answered 01/27/2011 by: dyehardfan
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reading all these posts about drivers and the K2000 and driver harvesting been ineffective and missing drivers needing to be post installed (intel non the less) makes me think we bought a pile of crap>>>> 

Answered 05/03/2013 by: jbacot
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