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Probably worth adding to the information here given it's quite different from the Optiplexs and Latitudes, is that the XPS 13 L322X can be recognised with a WMI query such as:
select * from Win32_ComputerSystem where Model = 'Dell System XPS L322X'
Anyone been able to get USB boot media working with L322x, and if so with what specific drivers? I have tried every USB and chipset driver that would load from both the CAB contents and the latest downloads from the main site. So far, I cannot get past "Unable to read task sequence configuration disk." USB emulation on in the BIOS. Can install latest Windows 7 ISO directly, but the only USB drivers in use are old ones built into Windows 7. I even tried importing them and adding them to the boot image, but the console throws errors at that, and it shouldn't be needed since they're built-in, in theory.
It took some effort with the L321x revision, but not nearly this much.
Issue with TPM: When you have more set of drivers injected to you image. TPM on XPS does not load correctly. After banging my head and looking all over the world for a driver thinking the TPM driver was missing, stopped to look at System devices, lo and behold the TPM (Amtel TPM) was loaded as a System Device not a Security Device. So decide to force the drive to be native Windows TPM driver and this worked, TPM initialized and this one laptop now works. Now 65 to go. Hum......
How to script it? dpinst does not work, PNPUTIL could not figure out the command. So one last utility good ole DEVCON.EXE (64 bit version) part of the windows driver, and debug kit.
1) copy contents of "C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\tpm.inf_amd64_neutral_d5bb6575cf91cd73." to temp folder.
2) Copied DEVCON.EXE (64 bit version) from Driver utility pack
3) Created a batch that contained the following command "devcon update tpm.inf *ATM1200" Fixed the issue in script
4) Call this batch in the SetupComplete.cmd
Voila, hope this works for some one.
Frustrated spent last 16 hours trying to build a PE boot using the 3.0 drivers downloading and injecting all other versions with no luck. Has any one been able to image an L322x POS using USB Ethernet dongle. Tried injecting every driver available all methods about to return all 30 of them and wait for E7240 i5 to be available. Can' believe Dell is trying to pass this off as corporate hardware. L321X are fine but his is UHG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!