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aoliv

Looking for old driver utility

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Hi, I lost all my Unattended, Driver, and Nlite utilitys some time ago in a Hd crash. I cold find almost everthing seraching at MSFN, RyanVm and Driverpacks forums. What am I looking for are some shell (BAT/CMD) utilits to uncompress a (.exe) driver and extract the necessary file to easly integrated with nlite.

 

Any help will be apreciated, thanks a lot,

Alex

 

 

 

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I remember I have three program that I use.

 

The first one extract the computer installed drivers I think it was DriverGrabber or similar one.

 

The second one I think it was a early version of Universal Extractor, or similar with a command line, and I used it to uncompress multiple drives at the same time.

 

The last one extract the drivers using INF files, like DriverGrabber does, put them in a directory tree. I found one DriverCompressor but it is not what I am looking for.

 

Answering your question I remember a batch file who organize uncompress drives in a directory tree using the Inf file.

 

I really appreciated if some one could help me to find it

 

Thanks,

 

Alex

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