Does anyone know of a fix, work around, or different process would get the drivers to load? When I run an ipconfig all I get is: Posted November 25, I chose one randomly but then added all the other as “additional files” to the driver. I have the console enabled in the boot image so can F8 into DOS. When I run an ipconfig all I get is:.
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One other deailt I just determined was that the Intel I highlighted the differences below. The boot images are 6. Unfortunately none of them seem to be working ARGH!
We have a range of laptops and desktops which take no more than 20 mins to drop the image through WinPE but the 41 0takes about 2 hrs. The contractor has gone now but we still have an ongoing winep with a new model of HP desktop. I can also see the driver files located on the machine after PXE boot.
Like Ibtel said, I’m very new at this and have taken over from the contractor so I was never involved in the installation. Ive also tried adding in only the network driver, and then multiple combinations between chipset, video and audio drivers. Just downloaded the latest win7 driver from intel again. For the x64 boot image this means I’ve used the e1k62x I am having issues with a Dell Optiplex Make sure when making your PXE Image to remove anything newer than the SCCM says the driver is supported on: I have the same winnpe Show 0 Likes 0.
You can not post a blank message. The driver is of course different so it could be that as well.
Downloads for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Might help me out a bit. I chose one randomly but then added all the other as “additional files” to the driver.
I’ve just tried the Drivers from the Toshiba support site again I think: If I may ask, what system are you using that can’t use v2. VB and VBS run fine but stops any computer running and wmi calls.
Not sure if I have to add them all in or should I pick a paticular one. Sign In Sign Up. Sign in to vote.
To make matters worse we have 50 coming today we need to be built from this. Does anyone know of a fix, work around, or different process would get the drivers to load?
Downloads for Intel® 82567 Gigabit Ethernet Controller