what wim file are you mounting boot.wim or install.wim?
Would it be possible to post the commands you are using? e.g.
If you still don't have any luck with DISM, have you tried adding the drivers to your boot image via the WDS console (right-click your boot image under "Boot Images", select "Add Driver Packages to Image", follow Wizard)?Code::: Delete resources associated with a mounted image that have been corrupted (Optional) dism /Cleanup-Wim :: Mount boot.wim dism /Mount-Wim /WimFile:C:\WinPE_x64\Boot\boot.wim /Index:2 /MountDir:C:\WinPE_x64\Mount :: Inject drivers dism /Image:C:\WinPE_x64\Mount /Add-Driver:C:\WinPE_x64\Drivers /recurse or dism /Image:C:\WinPE_x64\Mount /Add-Driver:C:\WinPE_x64\Drivers\Realtek\x64\rt64win7.inf :: List injected drivers (Optional) dism /Image:C:\WinPE_x64\Mount /Get-Drivers /Format:Table :: Unmount the boot.wim and commit changes dism /Unmount-Wim /Commit /MountDir:C:\WinPE_x64\Mount
into your install image too (Windows 7 x64)?
Last edited by Arthur; 9th June 2011 at 02:38 AM.
I'm looking for a solution for this problem since one month ago.
We're using a ASUS P7H55-M/USB3 Board with Realtek RTL8811E Gigabit Controller.
We have injected all possible drivers from ASUS and Realtek to the boot.wim and still no success!
We deploy our Images over WDS with MS Server 2008 R2.
We've tried all possible boot.wim files, Win Vista, 7 (x86 and x64).
With an another Board from ASUS (P7P55D-E) with Realtek RTL8112L it works without problems.
Did someone found a solution for this?
many thanks and sorry for my poor english!
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