this is my first post here, but I’m using Win7PE SE for several years now without any major problems. I have bought a new computer recently, so I downloaded the latest Win7PE package and adapted it to my system. Everything is working fine except the driver integration / detection.
I integrated the following drivers with the Driver Integration Script (DISM)
- SATA driver for the Intel 100 series => works
- SATA driver for the ASmedia => works
- NVMe driver for the Samsung 951 => code 38 error
- NIC driver for Killer 2400 => works
- NIC driver for Intel 219-V => code 38 error
- USB 3.0 driver => works
- USB 3.1 driver => works
- AUDIO driver => works
- Intel INF driver => works mostly, but not a problem
- Intel MEI driver => missing file, but not a problem
The result after booting up Win7PE is always the same. The NVMe and Intel 219-V drivers are not properly installed (code 38), which means my boot drive isn’t accessible and a network connection via the Intel NIC not possible. The general solution for solving code 38 is to reboot the system, which isn’t really option with a WindowsPE.
I have tried several different builds: Only the NIC drivers, only the SATA drivers, only the drivers which are causing the problems, but the error code won’t go away. A workaround for the NVMe driver is not to integrate it and install it via device manager on a running Win7PE
So I wondering if someone else here with a Z170 System has the same problems…
PS: There are also issues with Win10PE regarding driver integration, but they differ from the ones with Win7PE.