I changed out the windows 7 boot.wim for the windows 10 boot.wim with no slipstreamed drivers as suggested and it boots to install screen but then immediately wants a driver. I assume it wants a usb 3 driver as i have video and it can see my msata ssd. Although I also have mouse support via the usb3 port and hub. I originally assumed it wants usb 3 drivers but I'm not 100 percent sure sure what exactly driver it wants because the keyboard and mouse work. I do believe this was the same behavior on the other systems though although all of them have built in keyboards or docking stations with built in keyboards so once again not 100% sure if it wants the usb driver or not but I'm thinking most likely. I tried to add the usb driver i have that is supposed to be specifically for this chipset and it says no driver available, i also tried the usb3 driver I've used on every other usb3 only system with a win 7 install and it says the say thing, no driver found. What I do know is windows 7 doesn't like the usb3 drivers I'm providing because it wont list a compatible one period. I have tried the chipset drivers, the video and audio driver just for testing purposes and immediately compatible drivers pop up in the list to choose from. Of course they arn't the drivers the installer wants though because it doesn't move forward with the install. What a PITA.