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wpeutil networkiniitalize is too slowly


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#1 noel

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 09:41 PM

hi,

It takes about one minute. It's too long for the operator.

Is it possible to make this command faster ?
There is a DHCP server on the lan but with or without, it's too long.

Is it the NIC detection which take time ? there is only one and always the same one in all computers (vitual nic under hyperV).

Thanks.
noël

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 11:19 AM

does netcfg -winpe work?

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 03:50 PM

hi,
Is it the NIC detection which take time ? there is only one and always the same one in all computers (vitual nic under hyperV).

In case of only one and known NIC to install you can try simply to use startnet.cmd with

startnet.cmd
wpeinit



drvload.exe X:\Windows\inf\net_yours.inf
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Posted 17 May 2010 - 05:04 PM

hi,

It takes about one minute. It's too long for the operator.

Is it possible to make this command faster ?
There is a DHCP server on the lan but with or without, it's too long.

Is it the NIC detection which take time ? there is only one and always the same one in all computers (vitual nic under hyperV).

Thanks.
noël

[tip] :lol:
to speed up slightly try
wpeinit -unattend=x:\windows\system32\fred.xml

and make sure the file does not exist. This can save a few seconds as otherwise it will look for unattend.xml on all drives.

[/tip]




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