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    Sort of Urgent - MDT not injecting drivers

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    Sort of urgent so if any one has time to help it be much apeciated.
    Having trouble with MDT injecting drivers
    I use the %Make%\%Model% process and all drivers have been added correctly in "Out of box drivers"
    I have two laptop models (HP Probook 6555b and 6545b) that wont get any drivers added. I cant seem to find any logs to see what is going wrong, and I'm not sure why the drivers dont get injected because they are in correct location, correct version drivers (Downloaded from HP website ) and other laptop models seem to be getting the drivers injected fine.

    Anyone got any ideas of where I can look to try figure this out?

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    Have you double checked the names on the folders and the name the computer states it is? I only say because sometimes there are subtle variations on the names of the manufacturers. Apart from that I would be using a script to echo the model name during the task sequence for testing.

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    Yup double checked using the powershell command "wmic csproduct get name" and "wmic csproduct get vendor" both are reporting back the same as I have my driver group structure set as.
    In the task sequence I have inject drivers set to nothing, and then then a task sequence variable for Drivergroup001 pointing at windows 7\%Make%\%Model% , so as far as I'm aware that should work?

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    Hi,

    MDT dosn't use the CSProduct class but it does use the ComputerSystem class - these two can produce similar but not identical results. I have alot of systems where CSProduct produces nothing but ComputerSystem does. You will also need to use "get manufacturer" and "get model"
    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedghog View Post
    Hi,

    MDT dosn't use the CSProduct class but it does use the ComputerSystem class - these two can produce similar but not identical results. I have alot of systems where CSProduct produces nothing but ComputerSystem does. You will also need to use "get manufacturer" and "get model"
    Hope this helps
    Ohh could be why. Will test it.
    I've got one of the models working now though. I re-created the task sequence and set it up again and it worked perfectly. Now there just this last model, but like you say, it might be because I was using the wrong information

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