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W7 Enterprise drivers problems

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Hello,

Someone who can help me with a tough problem

Have Windows 7 Enterprise as I try to install automatically on a dell e5450

The problem I have is that when you come to the place where you should select the disk you want to install it on so I have to install drivers for fre_fall_sensor 3axis

and I want to clear it to do automatic but should not it work

There is no problem if I seek out the driver himself and then continue with the installation, but like I said I want to avoid it :-)

Anyone have recommendations about how to do

Have tried to integrate the driver with NTLite but it does not matter

Probably I doing something wrong :-( but can not find or do not understand what the problem is

Appreciate all the help I can get

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ST Microelectronics Free Fall Sensor or ST Micro Accelerometer.

Driver here:

http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=K3TWC

You can extract the initial EXE and then use install.exe with this (from the readme.txt)

 

/v"EXTRACTDRIVERS=<path>"Extracts the drivers contained in the installer package to the specified folder.
It extracts to 3 OS folders. In the Win7 folder and you'll find st_accel.inf to use. Edited by Tripredacus

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