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How to install display drivers without restart the computer ? ( XP in RAM )

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#1 elek

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Posted 01 September 2014 - 08:22 PM

Hey guys,


I used the diddy boot land tutorial to boot XP From a RAM Disk.

(the windows image is on my usb key and load in RAM)


Here the tutorial : http://diddy.boot-la...xp_full_ram.htm


So now, my windows XP is universal, it can boot on all pc, from my usb key. There are no drivers in so it can boot everywhere. I install the drivers after the boot only.


My problem is I need to install display drivers ( ATI wtih catalyst or NVIDIA ).


So I install the drivers with no problems but the drivers say : "you need to reboot your computer"


Since my windows XP image is in RAM, if I reboot all the modifications are erased, so I can't have my display drivers.


I tested on two differents computers, one with ati card, the other with nvdia card, but they always want : "reboot your computer".


Do you have a solution ? Thank you

Edited by elek, 01 September 2014 - 08:23 PM.

#2 pscEx


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Posted 02 September 2014 - 09:07 AM

Maybe it will help when you add an universal display driver to the build.




It works on most video hardware.



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