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HISASHI KATSUYAMA

Driver Integration

on Wed 10 Feb 2016 - 11:22
I read log files, but I couldn't understand how to integrate drivers.
Could you let me know ?


1) Does based ISO be single edition ? Could I use mutiple edition ?
2) Does it be supported Enterprise Edition to integrate the drivers ?
3) Could you let me know the directory structures.
    [INTEGRATE] - [DRIVERS] - [x64] - [(DEVICE NAME)] - [(inf, sys, cab,etc)]
    Is it OK ?
4) What is Drivers(inatall.win) and Drivers(Boot.win).
5) How can I change the installed language ?
    I got language file and added [INTEGRATE] - [UPDATES] - [x64] - [UPDATES], and I changed System Language amd keyboard. Is it OK ?
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KrX

Re: Driver Integration

on Wed 10 Feb 2016 - 14:29
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Hi,

for adding drivers and updates you can get a look here:

https://winreducer.forumotion.com/t1661-drivers-and-windows-update-integration#15062

1.) if you get an multi iso you will need to mount the first image and integrate your driver. after that mount your second image and integrate the drivers again, and so on.

2.) yes enterprise should work also

3.) same link as above but an other post:
https://winreducer.forumotion.com/t1661-drivers-and-windows-update-integration#15064

4.) you mean at winreducer system tab ? you can add your drivers to install.wim or/and boot.wim seperaty.
boot.wim is used for installation of windows and install.wim is the one which is installed (so you OS which is installed).
normally you add ALL drivers to your install.wim so after installation of windows your hardware is installed.

to boot.wim you could add drivers i.e. for USB3 or chipset drivers etc.
for example: at windows 7 there arent any USB3 drivers integrated as default, but if you want to install your OS from an USB3 stick it wont work untill you add the USB drivers to boot.wim
same goes if you start the installation and you dont see and HDD, if that happens your boot.wim is missing some drivers

5.) im not 100% sure because i use an iso which already got my language integrated. but if you put the language file to the UPDATES folder you need to select the folder at SYSTEM TAB -> Updates in winreducer, if you click the button just hit ok (because winredcer already selects the right folder)
and yes just select after that at unattanded the system language ad keyboard which you want to use
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HISASHI KATSUYAMA

Re: Driver Integration

on Mon 22 Feb 2016 - 3:02
Thank you a lot of things.

But, I can't still be integrated.
My driver folder is below (example).
\driver\ASROCK\LAN\PRO1000\Winx64\NDIS62\(inf, dll, cat files)

What is the matter ?
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winterstorm2050
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Re: Driver Integration

on Mon 22 Feb 2016 - 9:40
Hello,

I have few questions for you, could you please answer them :

1 -  Are you using the latest EX-81 build available in the website ?

2 -  Is your driver compatible with your ISO ? I assume it's the case.

3 -  In the EX-81, did you select in "SYSTEM" tab, the good "\driver\" path ? Because otherwise it won't be integrated automatically.

Please let me know.
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HISASHI KATSUYAMA

Re: Driver Integration

on Mon 22 Feb 2016 - 10:56
Hi,
1) It's V1.3.4.0 Ptremium
2) I used a Enterprise edition on MS seite. Drivers were downloaded from M/B venders site. Some are inf/sys/cat/dll, some are setup.exe. I guess inf can use as same as nlite.
3) Yes.
Please refer attached pictire.
https://i.servimg.com/u/f84/19/42/52/52/ex8112.png
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winterstorm2050
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Re: Driver Integration

on Mon 22 Feb 2016 - 11:27
Hello,

For Drivers, only folders including "*.inf" files are correctly integrated.

I just tried with my own drivers with "EX-81 - v1.3.4.0" and it worked !

EDIT : I was digging and it seems you are using the wrong driver for Windows 8.1 ... because NDIS62 is a Windows 7 driver ... and NDIS63 is intended to be for Windows 8.x ... and NDIS64 should be for Windows 10.
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HISASHI KATSUYAMA

Re: Driver Integration

on Mon 22 Feb 2016 - 14:14
Thank you for your reply.
I bought EX-70 and EX-100 also. So, I made NDIS62 and NDIS64, NDIS65 folder.
Not only NIC,but also USB3.0 couldn't be installed.
Ok, I'll try clean install the OS and build the ISO.
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winterstorm2050
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Re: Driver Integration

on Mon 22 Feb 2016 - 14:23
Please, let me know the result. Thank you very much Smile
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HISASHI KATSUYAMA

Re: Driver Integration

on Fri 26 Feb 2016 - 8:58
Could you educate more ?

I know this forum for Win8.1, but I tested Win7 because the OS image doesn't include USB3.0 and many LAN driver. So, it is easy to understand the driver instaration test was PASS/NG after installing the OS.

1) I made below folder.
D:\driver\x64

2) I copied drivers (inf,sys,dll,cat for LAN and USB3.0,ahci,etc) under  the folder. There are many files for many devices under the one folder.

3) Run WinReducerEX70.

4) Mount Win7 Enterprise for English ISO.

5) In the WinReducerEX70, \system\integration\Drivers, I selected D:\driver\x64 folder

6) WinReducerEX70 seems inregrated drivers in the process message.

7) After ISO building, I installed the OS to new SSD. But, LAN and USB3.0 were unkown devices.

Cool I installed the driver from USB stick which was copied D:\drivers\x64. It was installed.

So, I believe driver intagration was failed by my operation.
Could you educate me ?
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HISASHI KATSUYAMA

Re: Driver Integration

on Wed 2 Mar 2016 - 2:41
How about this issue ?
Is my operation correct ?
The point is WinReducerEX did integrate drivers process, but OS couldn't read them during install. But, it read manually.
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KrX

Re: Driver Integration

on Wed 2 Mar 2016 - 12:21
hi,

normally your steps where correct.

2) I copied drivers (inf,sys,dll,cat for LAN and USB3.0,ahci,etc) under  the folder. There are many files for many devices under the one folder.

do i understand right that you you copy all driver files to the x64 folder ? so your inf, cat etc files for ALL drivers are at x64 ? no subfolders?

i normally got my drivers sorted like

x64/LAN
x64/Graphic
x64/USB3

etc
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HISASHI KATSUYAMA

Re: Driver Integration

on Wed 2 Mar 2016 - 13:23
Thank you for your prompt reply.

I tried below.
1)  x64/(M/B name)/(DEVICE name)/(files)
2)  x64/(all files copied in one folder)

I'll try below
3) x64/(kind of the device)/(device name)/(files) 

Thank you !
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HISASHI KATSUYAMA

Re: Driver Integration

on Fri 4 Mar 2016 - 10:35
Thank you very much for your kindly help.
I could build ISO file which can read drivers.
It was folder layer issue.
I solved it.

I tried \x64\(device Name)\(inf,cat,sys,files).
It works fine.

Thank you very much !
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KrX

Re: Driver Integration

on Fri 4 Mar 2016 - 12:44
ok, nice to hear that its working for you
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