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universal imaging question

I am creating the driver packages for A universal image of XP SP3 My question is about multiple chipset drivers for a Dell Optiplex GX620. How do I handle there being more than one chipset driver? Is there a attribute of the machine that I can key off of in my script to use one chipset driver over another?
Thanks in advance for the assist.
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Re: universal imaging question

glutch;2091237 wrote:
I am creating the driver packages for A universal image of XP SP3 My question is about multiple chipset drivers for a Dell Optiplex GX620. How do I handle there being more than one chipset driver? Is there a attribute of the machine that I can key off of in my script to use one chipset driver over another?
Thanks in advance for the assist.


The "hwinfo" command in the script could be used to determine the chipset.

Thomas
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