I appreciate all your help. Tuesday, February 9, 9: Tuesday, February 9, 5: Shawwal , Nov 20, , in forum: LOG as documented in this discussion: Tuesday, February 23, 8: Tuesday, February 9, 8:
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Please enter a title. TerryNet Dec 15, I ended up calling Microsoft on this issue and we attempted a few things: LOG file to see what it’s complaining about? It’s a learning process. I went to the site support.
Download free drivers & software for OptiPlex (Dell)
Tuesday, February 9, 6: Installation discontinues saying the NIC detection failed. The concept I guess you’re saying is the NIC on this Optiplex might not be part of the base boot image???
I see there is a hotfix out there for some Windows 7 driver import issues: I tried for like hours Thanks for Identifying it for me. Add drivers to the following boot optipllex Yes, my password is: Please see following details.
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LOG and see the following being logged Does not look like any error to me: Tuesday, February 9, 9: System Center Configuration Manager.
Tuesday, February 9, 5: OR is the concept “Apply all hotfixes and call me in the morning” and hope the problem is resolved?? Tuesday, February 23, 3: I’m not seeing these entries in the INF file and I’m wondering if you can clarify?
NWwoman Dec 28, at 8: I’m having exactly the same issue. My guess it’s broadcom.
Solved: Problem with Ethernet Controller Win 7 64 bit
Tuesday, February 23, 8: Thanks John, That helped clarify Aug 8, Messages: I’m not sure what steps I need to do to get I’m guessing the “correct driver” installed to the Windows PE image? Anyone got to the bottom of this?? THis is what I did.