Injecting drivers to any Gandalf’s WinPE

2015/11/13 | By | 5 Replies More

Excuse the frog in my voice. It was late at night and I didn’t want to wake everyone. ;)

I replaced UltraIso with a version which allows drag and drop.

Remember to run DismGui with admin rights.

Before you save and un-mount your boot.wim make sure any explorer windows that are open to the mount location are closed, or the un-mounting will fail.

The apps in this video can be downloaded from either One Drive here  or from Mega here


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  1. James says:

    “Injecting drivers to any Gandalf’s WinPE” tutorial files on mega and onedrive seem to be missing files in dism gui folder. Can you please upload? Very nice tutorial, many thanks.

    • gandalf50 says:

      Thanks I fixed the zipped file on mega and onedrive . I didn’t notice and its funny no one else has mentioned. Though a quick google will usually get it.

  2. Richard says:

    Thanks for this useful tips and most of all for your wonderful WinPE ISOs.
    Didn’t get Chrome to work when I tried myself :-)
    I am curious if USB Tethering with my Android handy will work.
    Thanks again, Gandalf!

  3. Michael says:

    I did try to use your method but failed miserably. In the process I used my PC’s with Win 10 x64, Win 7 x64 installed on them and even I tried your Win 10 ISO x64 fall update, live, but every time I had problems with dism injecting drivers that double driver extracted from the 2 systems I own. In the end, searching the web for a solution to my dism errors, I stumbled upon NTLite. With the limited version I could inject the drivers senselessly and everything worked great. Afterwards I could just use your ISO on my systems without any driver issues.

    I can’t thank you enough for your great work and insight.


    The Drivers is beter to find Automatic, add All end the sistem fiind the corect one, because the sistem is portable.

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