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12/08/2009 6369 views
Hi,

Anyone try to package Lenovo Drivers before? I can't get the silent install command.
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Er...shouldn't drivers be in the build?
Answered 12/09/2009 by: VBScab
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ORIGINAL: mgal

Hi,

Anyone try to package Lenovo Drivers before? I can't get the silent install command.

Must often it's just "setup /s" or "setup /s /sms" but they are pretty good to document this in the text file for the driver.

ORIGINAL: VBScab

Er...shouldn't drivers be in the build?

That depands on how you deploy the OS and on the driver installation.
Some drivers/applications/utilites for WiFi, Fingerprint and such things you need to install as applications after the OS is installed, since they depend on .Net Framework 3.0 and other driver/utilities.
Answered 12/10/2009 by: Bobo
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You can download from Lenovo official support website! If you can't get compatible driver from official site or want to download drivers for your Lenovo computer, you can use driver tool!
Answered 12/23/2015 by: Stuwardlora
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The Lenovo driver downloads normally consists of the driver file (usually a self extracting EXE) and a separate text file which includes the installation instructions. I have developed builds for many different Lenovo models and I can't recall any that would not install silently. Just one thing that *might* be an issue involves drivers that are downloaded from the internet and therefore are flagged as such. This can cause security errors during a silent install but the solution is simple. Just copy the files to a FAT32 formatted USB key and back again. This gets rid of any attribute bits.  Generally, I would run the downloaded EXE which installs to a Lenovo driver folder that is created by these driver exes, and then harvest the folder for use in the silent install.  I would also concur that some drivers are not "entirely" plug and pray and need to be installed post-build.
Answered 12/26/2015 by: EdT
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