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Is it possible to use Bashrat drivers Post-Install?


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Hi. I'm wondering if it's possible to use bashrat's driver packs after windows has been installed. I essentially want something that will disconnect all unrecognized devices and reconnect and search for the drivers.

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Hi. I'm wondering if it's possible to use bashrat's driver packs after windows has been installed. I essentially want something that will disconnect all unrecognized devices and reconnect and search for the drivers.

You can also check my program. It was built for that :) It's in my signature.

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yeah plz I need this answer too

coz I face alot of PCs with already instralled windows and have missing some Sounds or LAN drives and I don't want to format the windows, just I want to use the cool Bashrat Drivers Packs ;):) POST-INSTALL

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yeah plz I need this answer too

coz I face alot of PCs with already instralled windows and have missing some Sounds or LAN drives and I don't want to format the windows, just I want to use the cool Bashrat Drivers Packs ;):) POST-INSTALL

http://www.msfn.org/board/Drivers_CD_Any_P...4_G_t70209.html --> as i said. Look at my signature :)

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I know but it's kinda difficult

I'll do what I can do with it

TIA ;)

It's not difficult :) Just focus on those settings only and leave rest as in example on first page.

<drivers_drive>RELATIVE</drivers_drive>

<drivers_directory>\PenDrive\Drivers</drivers_directory>

<drivers_packed>Yes</drivers_packed>

<drivers_copy>No</drivers_copy>

<drivers_copy_path>C:\DriversTest</drivers_copy_path>

<drivers_copy_delete>No</drivers_copy_delete>

Read information what those do and play with them. If you don't use packed drivers set drivers_packed to No and then you can ignore 3 next topsions and just focus on

<drivers_drive>RELATIVE</drivers_drive>

<drivers_directory>\PenDrive\Drivers</drivers_directory>

RELATIVE means that if it finds my program on drive E (which is pendrive, cd, whatever) it will take "E:" and look for drivers on

E:\Pendrive\Drivers . Best would be if you unpack bashrat drivers straight on root dir. So then you would have like

<drivers_drive>RELATIVE</drivers_drive>

<drivers_directory>\D</drivers_directory>

And that would be enough for it to work i guess :) LAter on you can play with other options.

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