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    MDT - Injecting NIC drivers into Boot.wim - But the HardwareID is not listed ?

    Hi,
    We have three Fujitsu E400 E85`s. They dont have the NIC Drivers by OEM.. Simple enough, get the drivers from Fujitsu and inject them with MDT..
    I downloaded and tested that the driver worked. But then after injecting the driver it then still complains:

    A connection to the deployment share......blah blah
    The following networking device did not have a driver installed
    PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_11C01734&REV_06

    Ive looked at the inf for the driver and that hardware ID isn't listed in the driver???
    Ive searched for a driver with this inf and yet to find one.
    Ive tried altering the inf. to include it but no luck.
    Ive tried manually injecting the driver with the DSIM command. (Driver is the Realtek "rt64win7")

    Does anyone please have a suggestions?
    Only three PCs but i would rather know how to do this?

    Thanks

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    Thanks for your time there mate,

    Ive just grabbed this driver and im pretty sure it the same driver ive tried.
    When looking in the inf. file I cant find :

    PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_11C01734&REV_06

    Does this mean it will still error? I guess so as i have tried plenty of drivers inc the realtec website ones.

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    Is that definitely the correct hardware ID? Have you tried installing the driver using pnputil (just to see if that works)? i.e.

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    pnputil -a rt64win7.inf
    Quote Originally Posted by burgemaster View Post
    I've tried altering the inf. to include it but no luck.
    If you make any changes to the .inf, you have to digitally sign the driver again otherwise Windows will refuse to install it. Then you have to distribute the certificate so that your PCs trust the modified driver.

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    Hi Arthur,

    Cheers for thebreply, well thats the driver ID that is given to me by Mdt when it fails. It is also the hardware ID that I see when veiwing the NIC in device manager (after manual install). That driver also installs perfectly even though the hardware id isnt listed in the inf.
    Should I still check with that tool?

    Thanks

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    GPO to install non digitally signed drivers. Although as @Arthur said

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    When you look at the NIC in Device Manager, do you see multiple IDs like this?

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    PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_11C01734&REV_06
    PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_11C01734
    PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168
    or this...



    Windows should go down the list and eventually find a match.

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    Ive imported the driver and reading this guide, when i "Check the hardware ID of the imported driver and ensure that it matches the error from earlier." i find it doesnt.

    MDT 2012: Missing network drivers during LTI boot | Scriptimus Ex Machina

    I get all the Hardware IDs listed in the inf file. Mines not there.

    Guess a USB install will have to do!

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    Thanks Arthur,
    I dont remember if im honest. I just remember that the hardware ID was exactly as it was in the Boot.wim error.
    I didn't look at the compatible IDs. I will get it installed manually and have another look.
    Thanks agaain

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    Hi Burgemaster...did you find a solution to your problem?. I seem to be having the same issue as you with the same drivers

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