SysPrep Driver Scanner is a software tool for system administrators that makes it easy to work with the ever-How to change a previous version of Windows 2000 and Windows XP the list of system drivers used by Microsoft System Preparation Tool. SysPrep utilizes the program to search for driver directories in the system registry and, after finding drivers, allows the user to search for those folder addresses in a list. The SysPrep Driver Scanner can be used in two ways: You must access it via the graphical interface and using the command line on some of the items in your system. In the first case, the program opens up on blank screens and has no files, and the default extension has to do with directories "C:".\sysprep\drivers". editable input fields can be used to change these parameters. There's no reason to change the default settings completely in general, but it's still possible to test the program in other ways.
On launching the program, folders and subfolders on specified paths containing files are indexed and added to the list. In this way, you can manually add folders (c:) during scanning.\windows\inf, c:You can also delete windows (they are available in English).
It is essential to press the Save button after scanning and determining the group's final composition. Upon this command, the program will need to download the entire list from HKLM/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion, which can be found in the registry.