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    [Srv2008 R2] Intel HD 4000 Driver Issue W7 x86

    Hi all,
    We have few new Dell's on our site, I have added successfully network, fall sensor drivers to WDS and they deploy fine and are installed after re-image job.
    I have also decided to update the Intel HD graphic drivers on WDS server (as the previous person left igfxtray.exe + 2 other apps to startup with machines). But new graphic drivers don't install at all, I can do it manually afterwards forcing the unsigned driver to be installed. Also tried drivers from Dell website and 2 different versions from Intel website. Are unsigned drivers an issue or am I missing something else?
    Being me, instead of disabling the old drivers I have delete them from WDS, so can't go back - as I thought new ones will pick up with no problems.
    Srv 2008 R2, deploying to W7 x86 machines.

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    Drivers do need to be signed to be automatically installed, whichever method you're using. When doing things manually a warning window usually appears informing you of the 'potential' problems.

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    Thanks Michael. Are there any Intel/Dell signed drivers available to download anywhere?

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    Intel's own driver website is the best place

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    That's the trouble as I have tried both versions available on Intel website, can't find any archives to test older ones.

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    All back to normal now, I have learnt on my own skin. By editing *.inf file (to remove igfxtray from startup) I was removing signature from driver which then wasn't deploying with WDS (as it was unsigned). I'll remember this for a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by LolekUK View Post
    All back to normal now, I have learnt on my own skin. By editing *.inf file (to remove igfxtray from startup) I was removing signature from driver which then wasn't deploying with WDS (as it was unsigned). I'll remember this for a while
    Glad you sorted it The better way to stop the igfxtray appearing is using a GPP regedit to delete the entry in the registry. This could be a per user or per computer GPP setting you'd have to create.



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