I would call the Vista driverpacks section something like Vista-Win7 driverpacks section. Sooner or later, people will come flying to Windows 7 and then it wonÂ´t be such a pariah anymore :-) I myself use Win7 build 7056 exclusively now and except for some minor bugs have no complaint whatsoever.
Even Vista was not that bad over the last few months once you set your mind to it and learned a few new ways but it certainly was different from XP and we all know that people wonÂ´t learn new things unless they have to or unless they gain some profit from it. Hopefully Win7 will bring enough profit so people will adopt it.
As for the Vista driverpacks:
muiz, I really, really (really !) appreciate your efforts and your quick response to new driver updates etc.
I hope you can see that my reporting of bugs or problems is meant to help make the driverpacks better, itÂ´s not just whining. :-)
I would very much like the Vista/Win7 driverpacks to go the driverpacks Base route with logging/testing etc.
It does work currently (at least I have found no major problem on my pcs except for the one jraid driver update) but it may be different on some other hardware or with different drivers.
If I can help in any way (I am no programmer except for some very light scripting but I can test) please tell me !
PS: I m not using the Vistatool by the way because it does not work unattendedly and wonÂ´t integrate the drivers into all images of a wim (you have to do this manually one by one). Instead I have created a script that will integrate all DriverPacks automatically using the waik commandline tools and integrate it automatically into all available images of a wim. So the proble with the SI control panel on vmware is definitely a driverproblem not a vistatool problem.
I can post the scripts if people are interested or would like to adapt them (currently it does not have any logging)
Last edited by midiboy (2009-03-21 19:30:49)