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Preben Uhrskov

Windows XP x64, WinPE and pxelinux

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I have two WinPE images.

1) x86 - works on all my 32bit hardware (21 systems and counting)

2) x64 - works on all my 64bit hardware (12 systems and counting)

You just need to add the drivers for y9our hardware into your winpe build process.

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I have two WinPE images.

1) x86 - works on all my 32bit hardware (21 systems and counting)

2) x64 - works on all my 64bit hardware (12 systems and counting)

You just need to add the drivers for y9our hardware into your winpe build process.

Hi Jazkal

I get the idea of adding drivers to the WinPE image. What I need, is a universal WinXP x64 image, which I can add all necessary drivers to. Then let the XP installation detect which hardware needs to be installed.

Is that possible with .wim imaging?

// preben

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Oh, ok. I see what your asking now. Yes you can integrate hardware drivers into a CD\DVD\PXE install.

You want to checkout the following:

www.hfslip.org

www.driverpacks.net

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Oh, ok. I see what your asking now. Yes you can integrate hardware drivers into a CD\DVD\PXE install.

You want to checkout the following:

www.hfslip.org

www.driverpacks.net

Hmm - seems the driverpacks are not x64 compliant?

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sorry about that, too early in the morning for replys

That's ok ... Do you know any alternatives or URL's to some kind of best practices?

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