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09-Mar-2011, 08:33 PM #1
Exclamation How to Slipstream Drivers into Windows 7 Install
Hey all,

I have found that the drivers for my video card are non-existent when Setup goes to perform the initial boot, causing my monitor to lose signal after the Windows Logo. Anyways, I have found that my best option (possibly the only one) is to slipstream my NVIDIA drivers into the iso install and then reinstall the OS. I am unable to get into safe mode on the Windows 7 install due to Setup not completing the initial boot process. Either way...

Does anyone happen to know how to Slipstream drivers into my Windows 7 iso while using XP? I have found numerous ways on how to do it while using Vista, but not much can be found on how to with XP.

Any information would be incredibly helpful.

Thanks all.

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10-Mar-2011, 08:40 AM #2
You using XP now? has to be same architecture as the Target Vista/Seven OS
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10-Mar-2011, 09:18 AM #3
There is an alternate way with a usb stick
http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-...tml#post156386
make sure you change processorArchitecture="amd64" to "x86" if 32 bit
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