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niveknonrev01

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  1. Have you tried to just load the driver into WinPE offline so they are already integrated when you boot? For example I have integrated all the HP drivers in their latest Proliant support pack into my PE boot image and it finds all the hardware etc without having to run a custom driver load script. copy all your drivers to a folder like DRIVERS each driver can be in its own subfoler Mount the WinPE image - normal command you always use use this command to install all the drivers into the winpe image dism /image:Mount /add-driver /driver:Drivers /recurse /ForceUnsigned where Mount is the actaul d
  2. Just an update to this issue: The actual fix is that the instructions are incorrect for creating the ramdiskoptions in the BCD store. Basically to get the boot menu options to show "correctly" use this command: bcdedit.exe /store c:\BCD /create {ramdiskoptions} Leave the /d "Ramdisk Options" OFF the command - forget it and don't use it. I originally posted it here: http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=11442 hope it helps somebody.
  3. Just an update to this issue: The actual fix is that the instructions are incorrect for creating the ramdiskoptions in the BCD store. Basically to get the boot menu options to show "correctly" use this command: bcdedit.exe /store c:\BCD /create {ramdiskoptions} Leave the /d "Ramdisk Options" OFF the command - forget it and don't use it. I originally posted it here: http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=11442 hope it helps somebody.
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