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Indrek

Bypassing the driver confirmation

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I made an unattended dvd using vlite, everything works fine, just on install it asks do i want to install the drivers, because windows can't find the driver publisher. I have vista ultimate x64. I want, that windows install doesn't ask it anymore.

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Use only Vista WHQL signed drivers.

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How do i know which is WHQL and which is not? And is that counting how do i add them (i extracted the installer archives and added .inf files from directories)?

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They will say on their site WHQL certified. Usually non-beta drivers are ok.

And never edit the inf file, that breaks the signature.

By added .inf file I presume you selected that file through insertion, don't move it outside their folder (just in case, some people did that).

If you are still confused then paste [Drivers] section from your preset (last session.ini in that DVD/ISO/Folder).

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well ok, but is there anything like in xp's winnt.sif

DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore

or somekind registry tweak. (i dont have any idea how i can add/modify registry entries)

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well ok, but is there anything like in xp's winnt.sif

DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore

No, there is nothing like that for Autounattend.xml and no regtweak AFAIK, too. I'm not 100% sure for the regtweak but 100% sure for Autounattend.xml.

Regards,

Martin

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ouch, this means that i *must* download WAIK (~1gb). But i'm pretty sure that i can disable that confirmation with registry.

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ouch, this means that i *must* download WAIK (~1gb).

Why?

Well, i dunno how i should add registry modifications to vista install?!?!? I'm :wacko:

Maybe i figure something out.

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