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    Slipstreaming windows drivers to CC3 build area

    Good morning people,

    I was wondering if any of you nice guys n gals know the process of how to extract drivers from an installer .exe (like intel) so I can then get the raw .inf files to add to the build manager on our cc3 network. PS this is a non RM machine btw

    I have managed to create a DOS disk which can get through the build process up until the domain join, but then seems to hit a system error 1231 in which I am going to presume (but please feel free to prove me wrong its transferring from NDIS to a Windows driver?)

    Please can you help!

    Cheers!

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    On CC3, you should use the RM Build Manager to import drivers into the build area.

    Extracting the drivers from the installer varies depending on the installer itself. With some of them, you can open them as if they were a zip file with a archive utility (e.g. 7zip). Sometimes you can see the files extracted in the %temp% directory when you run the installer - run it, but don't click next - just leave the window open.

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    Hi Webman, I was trying to import via the build manager sorry if I didn't make that clear, ive looked at the temp folder and I have managed to locate various sets of LAN drivers. Audio asked for a location to be extracted to, so hopefully they should be a tad easier. Will keep you posted.

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