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Silent Switch for Intel HD Graphic Driver


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Best thing I could find was USSF 1.5.0.0, and its advice was this

Unpack the monolithic setup file with UniExtract or other archive extractor.

The unpack archive should be either .CAB based or .MSI based.

Next, only for .CAB based:

Record an installation with this command:Win7Vista_64_152250.exe /r /f1"X:\setup.iss"

Now you can perform a silent installation with the iss file:Win7Vista_64_152250.exe /s /f1"X:\setup.iss"

Next, only for .MSI based:

msiexec.exe /i setup.msi /qb

Cheers

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Best thing I could find was USSF 1.5.0.0, and its advice was this

Unpack the monolithic setup file with UniExtract or other archive extractor.

The unpack archive should be either .CAB based or .MSI based.

Next, only for .CAB based:

Record an installation with this command:Win7Vista_64_152250.exe /r /f1"X:\setup.iss"

Now you can perform a silent installation with the iss file:Win7Vista_64_152250.exe /s /f1"X:\setup.iss"

Next, only for .MSI based:

msiexec.exe /i setup.msi /qb

Cheers

I have already tried this but it is not recording the installation. There is no iss file in C drive, I used "/r /f1"C:\setup.iss"

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You can also use pnputil.exe inf driver installer

pnputil -i -a <inf_name>.inf

Can you please elaborate further, I have extracted the driver.exe, there were only only four inf files and I tried all of them but none of them is working I got this msg on three occasions:

"Failed to install the driver on any of the devices on the system: No more date is available."

And one was autorun.inf.

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Microsoft PnP Utility
Usage:
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pnputil.exe [-f | -i] [ -? | -a | -d | -e ] <INF name>
Examples:
pnputil.exe -a a:\usbcam\USBCAM.INF -> Add package specified by USBCAM.INF
pnputil.exe -a c:\drivers\*.inf -> Add all packages in c:\drivers\
pnputil.exe -i -a a:\usbcam\USBCAM.INF -> Add and install driver package <-----This is what Rick is suggesting
pnputil.exe -e -> Enumerate all 3rd party packages
pnputil.exe -d oem0.inf -> Delete package oem0.inf
pnputil.exe -f -d oem0.inf -> Force delete package
oem0.infpnputil.exe -? -> This usage screen

Edited by Sp0iLedBrAt
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If they failed to install it probably means that you dont have the specific hardware, then you would only need to use -a to add it to the driver repository and the driver will install once you plug in the device

Edit: it will also give that error if its already installed

Edited by ricktendo64
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  • 2 weeks later...

Here's mine:


setup.exe -s -l 0009 -res 1280x800x32x60 -overwrite

and registry tweak,apply it before install the setup.exe.


[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Intel\Display\igfxcui\igfxtray\TrayIcon]
"ShowTrayIcon"=dword:00000000

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Intel\Display\igfxcui\hkcmd\resources]
"UserLangID"="ENU"

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