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The following provides instructions for implementing GPU Plug and Play (PNP) on CCBootclient, ensuring seamless GPU driver installation and configuration for both UEFI and Legacy systems.

  1. Ensure you're using the latest version of CCBootclient, as it now supports GPU PNP. This update includes the ability to remember all GPU drivers, a feature that has been thoroughly tested and verified.
  • Works on UEFI and Legacy

  1. Initiate the boot process on the designated PC that requires driver installation.
  2. Install the GPU drivers on the super client PC during the boot sequence.
  3. After completing the driver installation, perform a system reboot. Allow the PC to run for at least 5 minutes before initiating shutdown.
  4. Disable the super client and save the system image to capture the updated driver configuration.
  5. After shutting down the PC, the ccbootclient.exe will initiate the execution of gpupnp.bat located at C:\CCBootClient\Tools\GPUPnP. This process will generate gpupnp.log in the same directory. (Figure 1)

Figure 1

  1. In the GpuPnp.log file, there will be a line indicating that the operation was completed successfully, and the GPU model will be saved. (Figure 2)

Figure 2

  1. Boot other client PCs and assess if any of them exhibit the "Installing drivers" status.
  2. In cases where GPU PNP is insufficient, consider using Hardware profiles. This provides an alternative method for managing and configuring your GPU drivers.
  3. If the previous methods fail, try using different images. Copy the VHD file of the existing image, and paste it into a new folder within the image disk. This creates two identical images, allowing you to install different drivers on each image.
  4. Use clean installation if you have drivers already installed on your image
    DDU uninstaller to remove the drivers and then download the latest one and install

GPU drivers

Nvidia drivers to download

AMD drivers to download