I don’t know if this is the right forum to post this here, but I’m looking for some help.
My organization uses a fleet of Quadro K2200m video cards. I’m trying to setup an SCCM 2007 package to install this NVIDIA driver silently so it can be deployed remotely.
After doing some research online, it seems that the best way to do this through SCCM is by installing it as an application. So I am trying to create an unattended installation with the extracted contents of the quadro 348.07 ODE driver i downloaded from the nvidia website.
After extracting the contents to C:\NVIDIA on my local workstation, I have launched a command prompt as administrator, and I am trying to generate a response file with each of the following commands with no success:
setup.exe -r -f1C:\nvidia\setup.iss
setup.exe /r /f1C:\nvidia\setup.iss
The setup.exe executes and installs the driver, but no .iss respone file is ever generated.
I’ve even tried using the /F2 parameter to output a log file to my local folder C:\nvidia, but that does not even want to seem to be generated.
Are these command lines to old for these new driver setup.exes? Or is there a better alternative to deploying this via SCCM?
At this point, I’m totally stuck and need a solution. Please help!
Thank you for any advice,