I have 30 HP probook's (4530s is the model) If I load the driver for the NIC (realtek PCIe GBE) the computer bluescreens when it starts the scripted install. This isn't a kbe issue, as I can load kbe and get to all of the appropriate files. If I remove the driver from the win7 folder the scripted install starts, but then says it can't find the install media.
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The second issue you mention is due to a driver in kbe, it drops the network connection. Try getting the latest windows 7 driver for the 4530, putting it in the driver share, recaching and building a new KBE.

For the first issue, which you solved by removing the driver, you can always go with the driverfeed workaround which has been a solution for about 98% of the customers.

Answered 08/29/2011 by: cserrins
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