Updated to 3.4, cleaned up KBE and drivers. Enabled Driver Feed. Looks good on windows 7 machines.

Using the driver feed, has the correct drivers in driver and post_install folder. 7B error after rebooting into the 3rd party driver load screen. Seems to be related to the storage driver. Removed the network/storage from the postinstall folder. Any suggestions?

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I've got the driver feeds enabled on the 790 for w764, w732 and wxp.

\\Kace\drivers\windows_xp\feed\dell\790\790\xp\x86\network has driver folders r290339 r291627 r292138 (no storage folder)

\\Kace\drivers_postinstall\dell\windows_xp\790\network has r290339 r291627 r292138
\\Kace\drivers_postinstall\dell\windows_xp\790\storage has r291722

I've removed the storage and network from the postinstall. recached drives and same result.
Answered 03/09/2012 by: ngbrown24
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