01-30-2017 10:41 AM
We have had constant issues with SCCM OSD to the P50, I have worked through the network driver issues so that the the TS completes.
But I'm struggling with the rest of the drivers, I have imported the package from the support site and put it into it's own driver package in sccm as well.
It will pull the network driver and finish the TS, however it will not pull any of the other drivers. If I go into device manager and then update the drivers for all the missing ones, using the folder that the SCCM drivers are stored in. It will find all of them perfectly fine. Reboot and it's ready to use, but why can't it do that in the TS?
When I force the driver package to the machine, it bombs the OSD and comes up with a windows error on boot. If I select install all compatible drivers, it does the same thing.
10-04-2018 07:40 AM
apologies for overlooking this thread but the same issue was just brought to our attention by another customer, who also linked us to this thread.
deploying windows 10 1803 with the current windows 10 driver pack resulted in no issues on one of our p50's. see below screenshot from the smsts.log
if you're targeting drivers using a wmi query, you may want to double check the query and confirm on the problematic system the wmi value is in fact returning the correct data. if the motherboard was replaced, the technician may have forgot to set the correct values resulting in something generic like "Lenovo Product".
10-08-2018 05:26 PM
p50 drivers have been packaged and added to sccm task sequence, when machine has built drivers will not get installed, in device manager
hardwares have been installed with default drivers or it will be unknown devices.
given steps have been tried but no joy.
1. drivers have been imported from lenovo website and even from driver matrix site.
2.as per lenovo site p50 and p70 uses the same drivers.
3.p70 works fine, however p50 is the issue
4.no errors in log files.
5.windows version : 1703
6. sccm version : 1806
7.device model : 20EQ
let us know if any more information to take it forward.
10-15-2018 05:28 AM
from your log, the query you have set is:
SELECT * FROM Win32_ComputerSystemProduct WHERE Name LIKE 'ThinkPad P50%'
when it should be:
SELECT * FROM Win32_ComputerSystemProduct WHERE Version = 'ThinkPad P50'
here's a link to the recipe card for this system, which offers other helpful queries for targeting.
10-15-2018 10:15 PM
thanks for coming back,
i have tried with all the posibilites of wmi query, to get the driver installed,
it never worked for me for some reason.which i couldnt able to find out..
is some thing else iam missing here...
10-16-2018 05:22 AM