again vague, no details or examples, no logs, no HWIDs, no drivers mentioned, no OS version (SP3, MCE, Pro) no description of your process or environment or application. is this one PC or many, how many. During install, post install. is this a machine you are attempting to repair?
so here is an answer befitting your question.
yes you can install some (not all, not even most, just some... a few, ... depending) drivers with no user input, as described in my last post.
NO you CAN'T make a windows install that you can just plug anything you want into it and it won't ask for a driver. NO you must do something (driver install like SAD) post install of most core hardware.
pre - during install
1=If driverpacks has been added to your install media and you install clean you won't see any driver prompts. .
1-extend windows native support KTD only works with very simple drivers, IE monitor drivers. It will FAIL with any driver that requires an installer (video), and will fail with most drivers that are more than a simple INF/SYS file arrangment
2-Run SAD after hardware upgrade
or stop wasting my time and ask a question with a specific problem
(The specific OS, the specific device and it's HWID, a link to the driver for that device, the versions of everything and a description of how to duplicate the issue. I think that last one you got half right)
I could ask you "I have a truck that gets ten miles to the gallon, can you tell me how much gas is in the tank?"
you could probably guess that it's not much, but telling me "Not Much" isn't a useful answer is it. but it's the best answer you got for me with the details i provided ain't it.