Hi Phanguy, initially I just pointed to the entire folder, I’ve now isolated the relevant files and it’s only importing the one driver i. I’m having the exact same issue. This content has been marked as final. Thankful for any suggestions. Friday, October 10, 6: Do you even get into the WinPE environment or does it fail before that? The funny part is that I owe two different computers with the intel lm, so they would need a different driver in order to work!
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The driver I initially used was from HP’s site.
Intel I bad driver for WinPE
So far nothing has worked. Could you explain this further? Any help from this forum will be much appreciated.
The driver I’m using works with the installation of Windows 7 x64 that I captured, but the same driver won’t work with WinPE. But what is the correct place? Monday, October 13, 3: You need this driver: Please enter a title. Tried adding the drivers manually using drvload but still not giving oe an IP address.
Anyway, thanks Terry for pointing me out the CD solution, because I would have probably given up if I hadn’t seen your message!
Downloads for Intel® Ethernet Connection I217-LM
Friday, January 17, 9: I was just importing it to the wrong place. We p check on this and may i know where you avail of the Win PE driver?
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Instead of Panasonic, please check with Dell for the drivers. I tried loading that driver from the command line with the drvload command but it didn’t work. It managed to automatically find the appropriate driver for the intellm.
Using the same driver set when given to ghost server in creating its ghost winpe it wouldn’t work, it wouldn’t load, but the same driver set had no problem in windows vista 32 wiindows vista bit pe. Would you be able to provide the link for the e1d62x