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6.3.2. Let the installer prompt you for a driver update

  1. Begin the installation normally for whatever method you have chosen. If the installer cannot load drivers for a piece of hardware that is essential for the installation process (for example, if it cannot detect any network or storage controllers), it prompts you to insert a driver update disk:
    The no driver found dialog
    The dialog reports that the installer did not find the devices needed for this installation type, and asks you to select a driver, use a driver disk, or go back.
    Figure 6.5. The no driver found dialog

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