Got the below method from http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/12/0 … indows-xp/
but this doesnt seem to work for me i have double confirmed the settings and during sysprep it will not install the drivers
is there another way to integrate to driverpacks into a SYSPREP build.
Itâ€™s pretty annoying to see the warning dialog prompted every now and then, and some more it delays the completion of device driver installation, in some cases wasting time when users forget to monitor the progress and leave the installation to run on its way, stopping at unsigned driver dialog indefinitely waiting for user input.
Hereâ€™s the trick to suppress the unsigned uncertified driver warning and force installation to continue automatically.
Right click on My Computer then select Properties to open System Properties.
In â€œSystem Propertiesâ€ dialog box, select the Hardware tab.
Click on Driver Signing button.
In the â€œDriver Signing Optionsâ€ dialog box, under â€œWhat actions you want Windows to take?â€ section, three levels of actions on digital signature verification is provided, with default as Warn - Prompt me each time to choose an action. Default will generate the Hardware Installation or Software Installation dialog box as shown earlier whenever an unsigned driver is detected.
To suppress and skip the warning dialog and install unsigned driver automatically, select the radio button for Ignore - Install the software anyway and donâ€™t ask for my approval.
You can also select Block - Never install unsigned driver software to NOT INSTALL any uncertified driver - no question asked, and no way to change during installation - so itâ€™s not recommended.
In â€œAdministrator optionâ€ section, tick the check box for Make this action the system default.
Click on OK button twice to exit.
Above methods works for both Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home edition. For XP Professional, users can use group policy to enforce the no warning dialog rule too.
Click on Start button, then click on Run.
In the Run box, type gpedit.msc, then press Enter.
Expand User Configuration.
Expand Administrative Templates.
Select System folder in the tree.
Right click on Code signing for device drivers, and then select Properties.
In the â€œSettingsâ€ tab, you should see â€œEnableâ€ as the default action. Select Ignore from the drop down list to silently allow all unsigned drivers to install.
Users can also select Disable to stop all unsigned drivers installation, which cannot be overrode during installation process.
Once you have decided which method is best for you
Click on OK button.
Reboot PC so new settings take effect
Now you donâ€™t have to worry about clicking on Continue Anyway when installing a new device (or old device) to let Windows use the unsigned driver.