System 32 Folder


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    System 32 Folder


    Just looking for clarification on 3 folders in my SYS 32 folder. I find 1. 1. Drivers 2. Driver State 3. Driver store. What is the difference between them and which one should I use when setting up Slipstreaming to an ISO?

    Thanks
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    The way Windows store drivers in its Driver Store folders is a little bit complicated than to be able to benefit from in a Slipstream .

    So you better include the actual downloaded driver folders with the Slipstream than the "digested" drivers in the Driver Store .
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    nIGHTmAYOR said: View Post
    The way Windows store drivers in its Driver Store folders is a little bit complicated than to be able to benefit from in a Slipstream .

    So you better include the actual downloaded driver folders with the Slipstream than the "digested" drivers in the Driver Store .
    I used DISM Command Prompt to scan and retrieve my system drivers which were then placed in a folder I named "drivers". Is this suffidient for NTLite to use to Slipstream?
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    the majority of drivers now adays have a huge portion of it installed within program files , so while what you have backed up may be sufficient to keep device manager from nagging you might end up losing all supporting tools , tray icons and control panel utilities .
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    nIGHTmAYOR said: View Post
    the majority of drivers now adays have a huge portion of it installed within program files , so while what you have backed up may be sufficient to keep device manager from nagging you might end up losing all supporting tools , tray icons and control panel utilities .
    I'm just looking for the basic hardware device drivers which I hope would be contained in the folder that the DISM command prompt created. I don't need app drivers as I have all the app's in zipped files.
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