12-04-2016 11:33 AM
12-05-2016 05:29 AM - edited 12-05-2016 05:39 AM
The people at Gigabyte discussed this issue on one of their technical articles.
They also developed a utility program named "Windows USB Installation Tool to Support Intel 100 series motherboards"(similar to RUFUS in its idea) that builds new bootable USB install media for Win7 from existing CD/DVD or ISO (much like "slipstreaming"), inserting the additional required USB drivers for Intel 100-series chipsets, as well as NVMe drivers if also needed.
I believe Microsoft has a similar method of injecting USB drivers, but the Gigabyte utility has worked well for ThinkCentre owners.