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Silverfuelz
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All in one WinPe 4.0 x64 bootmedia for HP ??

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Hi,

 

 

Currently, what i do is each time my organization intrudoce HP model.

 

I download winpe drivers and manually add them, and this process is lenghty and boring and i end up wasting lot more time.

 

So i was wondering if there only 1 driverpack or location where i can just download WinPe 4.0 drivers ? and contains all Winpe 4.0 drivers for all models.

 

Thank you

 

 

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richard429
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Check out http://www.hp.com/go/clientmanagement

 

 

The only prebuilt WinPE driverpacks available are located in the HP CMS Download Library

     HP CMS Download Library

 

 Look in the section titled:       HP WinPE Driver Pack

 

The phrase "all models" refers to a very large number so it will not contain them all.

Again - this is where prebuilt WinPE driver packs will be found.

 

There are two additional links there for platform based driver packs;  divided into 32 bit and 64 bit versions.

 

 

There is also a white paper for building driver packs available at the following location on HP's Client Management Solutions portal under the heading of Microsoft Client OS Deployment :

     HP CMS White Papers

 

This may be helpful because it also provides information regarding how to build a custom driver pack using HP's SoftPaq Download Manager - HP SDM.

 

SDM can be used to easily build a driver pack containing only network and storage drivers for the models you select.

Since this feature is less than a year old, it does not have the ability to include drivers prior to 2013.

 

 

 

Richard

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