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Can you link the drivers you are using and the landing page for your target system please?
Wondering if anyone knows what _33968086&rev_04 really means in the Hardware ID's?
The only party that would really know this is the OEM (HP) rev_4 is a hardware revision and subsys modifies the PnPID in some way.
Have you installed the driver on the target system without MDT?
Quick note, Windows searches for longest matching PnPID when installing drivers, if there is a pci\ven_8086&dev_1502 then this driver would be applied.
Not sure what you mean by landingpages but this is the PC
I have tried several different drivers, both from Intel and from HP
Generic driver from Intel: Download Center
sp52209.exe from HP: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=5056949&prodNameId=5056950&swEnvOID=2097&swLang=13&mode=2&taskId=135&swItem=ob-92065-1
If installing stright from the OEM installation that comes with the computer everything works. It also works if I use the SP52209 driver and create a Task Sequence that doesn't inject drivers based on the PnPID.
This is what the BDD log says when it fails:
About to run command: cmd /c "\\KSUWDS\DeploymentShareLab$\Tools\X64\Microsoft.BDD.PnpEnum.exe" > C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS\PnpEnum.xml ZTIDrivers 15.10.2012 16:44:48 0 (0x0000)
Command has been started (process ID 1380) ZTIDrivers 15.10.2012 16:44:48 0 (0x0000)
Return code from command = 0 ZTIDrivers 15.10.2012 16:44:49 0 (0x0000)
Open Control File: Drivers ZTIDrivers 15.10.2012 16:44:51 0 (0x0000)
Filtered.Count: 0 ZTIDrivers 15.10.2012 16:44:51 0 (0x0000)
Indexed PnP Ids: 0 ZTIDrivers 15.10.2012 16:44:51 0 (0x0000)
Skipping Device PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1502&SUBSYS_33968086&REV_04 No 3rd party drivers found. 11 ZTIDrivers 15.10.2012 16:44:51 0 (0x0000)
What OS are you wishing to install drivers for? The "generic Intel driver" is really a driver package with many .inf files in it... tedious to search them all. ;-)
Although, I see that PROWinx64\PRO1000\Winx64\NDIS621c62x64.INF contains PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1502, so it should work....
Do you know the real PnPID of the NIC?
I noticed the HP driver doesn't contain the PnPID you refered to originally.... which would be why ZTI doesn't find drivers.
EDIT: looks like the driver download page for your system has a different NIC driver than the one you originally selected.
Installing Win7 Pro x64. Yup, way to many - just had to single out the e1c62x64 files and go from there.
You should think so, but as the log shows it will not install the driver.
My mistake - getting confused about all the drivers I have tried :-S
The correct driver is SP58622 downloaded with Softpaq.
Have no idea about the original PnPID - Until I find a driver that will install with MDT based on %model% I have to settle for a seperat TS and Selction Profile for this system.
Thanks for all the help!
Are you using WinPE as a deployment environment? You can add a program called DevManView which will tell you all sorts of good things about your hardware, including the HW instance ID ~PnPID. It will also tell you what driver Windows has attempted to apply to it.