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KACE Product Support Question


Drivers Injection in KBE images

08/26/2014 3646 views
Hi,
I've uploaded the wim image I was using with WDS into my K2K (No time actually to rebuild all image so let's continue with old Method aka Ghost :) )

The problem I'm facing is when I boot my "KBE Ghost", it fails on Windows Boot Manager can't find driver files : ahcix86s.sys.

When I extract Drivers list from my KBE I can see that this driver is not in the box.

I can't find a way to inject it. Can someone help me ?

Thx in advance

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If you are missing drivers from a KBE, you should download the latest KBE driver packs and build a new KBE to include them. I'd urge you to try the driver pack first and if you are still missing a driver you can add it and then build a new kbe to include it.

Here is a kb on how to build a new KBE

http://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/solutiondetail?sol=SOL111719

here is a KBE best practices KB as well
https://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/solutiondetail?sol=126093
Answered 09/12/2014 by: genfoch01
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Hello nheyne

It seems you have written a comment but I can't see it on the topic. Could you please reupload it ?
Answered 08/27/2014 by: cyril.epiney@hesge.ch
Senior White Belt

  • I did comment but decided that it probably did not apply to this specific scenario.

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