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Problems with drivers deployed by K2000 to System Images

05/12/2014 3101 views

Hello!

I'm in the Internal IT department and our business use K2000 to deploy System Images. Recently, we have moved over to Windows 8.1.

We're experiencing an odd error. The drivers installed by K2000 makes some programs uninstallable and otherwise makes the computer really slow. It's normally the display driver that's the reason. This happens whatever the model (from the E6400-age to the new E7440 and E7240).

The KACE system is compeltly updated, the newest drivers in the driver feed are downloaded and all is recached. A new KBE-/Boot-image is also in place. But the problem is still there.

I saw this blog post http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/diy-driver-feed and figured it might be something that can solve our problem. But I need a little help to understand it. What kind of script type should I use (shell, bat and Windows script is a few I can see in Post-installation tasks)?

Thanks for all help!

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  • Hello,

    I'd suggest you to open a call with our support.
    anyway to reply to your question the script is a BAT so a Batch Type is ok and seems to me a post-installation task.
    Regards,
    Stocktrader = Marco
  • Im having a similar issue with the display drivers from the k2000 for the 7240 in win8.1. Ive been getting BSODS that dont clear up until i uninstall the kace deployed drivers and use the windows update ones. I have a post here, im hoping to find out how to blacklist a driver http://www.itninja.com/question/k2000-prevent-certain-drivers-being-injected

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