You'll need to have a look at the log files generated during the sysprep process. You'll find these in c:\windows\panther and c:\windows\panther\unattendgc. In both of these locations you'll find a file called setupact.log and setuperr.log. The act file will be the full log, the err file will only show errors. The files are different in each of the above locations - they cover different phases of the sysprep process.
is there x86 drivers mixed into the same driver folder. I have read other people reports that when x86 and x64 drivers were together, LANDesk would not install the driver, so they seperated the drivers and it worked.
no , just the x64 network driver files. Seems that the PNP will not find the driver. Now i'll try it with dpinst.exe.
Do you have any update on this? I'm having a similar issue right now with an x86 Win 7 image.
I guess these problems are result of PnP issues with the driver. The automatic PnP search and install of the driver during the unattend installation won't recognize the drivers. So i decided to use dbinst.exe for driver installation.
I suggest you this thread for more information about dbinst.exe and its usage.
since i change to dbinst.exe everything's fine.