Wednesday, November 14, 2012 3:38 PM
I have a Windows XP 32-bit image I'm deploying and all the drivers work except one (RealTek HD Audio). I downloaded all the drivers from the HP website for this model and I tried both the must current driver and the previous driver.
After the deployment is complete, there is *a* driver installed, but it doesn't work. There is an error message at every login and there is a yellow exclamation point on the audio in device manager.
I can fix this by going to the properties for the audio device and rolling back the driver. When I do, there is a warning about it being an unsigned driver, but after clicking through, it installs and works. It is also a 5.x version driver, where the one installed by MDT is a 6.x version driver.
What can be done to make sure MDT installs the driver that works or keeps the audio driver that is working finr in the system prior to the Sysprep and Capture task?
Thursday, February 28, 2013 4:53 AMDo you have the drivers folder sectioned off by model types? If so, have you gone in and cleaned up that folder of all the drivers for this device, except for the good one?
Thursday, February 28, 2013 11:05 AM
I also have this problem with HP desktops and laptops.
The devices administrator dosn't show any warning , but the sound device is unable to work. The solution for me is to add a task secuence application that install the sound driver using the HP System Software Manager (SSM.exe). By now, I'm able to install this driver and anyone I want, or even update the bios firmware.
Thursday, February 28, 2013 7:44 PM
Because the HDAudio is a child device of the UUA bus the actual HDaudio driver may not be detected. How to handle that is to during your Inject Drivers step choose 'Install all drivers from the selection profile' and have an explicit set of drivers for each %make%\%model%
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Friday, March 01, 2013 7:41 AMIt also happens with Windows 7.