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Windows 7: Automate driver selection windows 7

09 Aug 2017   #11

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Hi Smoblikat,

Sysprep not really my forte'.

just know about the driver enforcement rules.

I cannot see a reason not to reset it within the sysprep. @Kari
I wonder what the guru says.


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09 Aug 2017   #12

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The issue is driver signing. When it's not signed, I think there's no way to make Windows to automatically pick it over a signed one and stick to it.

Theoretically, you might get lucky with a script which runs when Windows is first booted to desktop, installs the driver, and deletes itself when done. However, although this kind of scripts are easy to do, I have to admit I can't see how it could be done for this purpose, installing an unsigned driver.

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