OK, so I have this WinPE3.1-based bootdisk (actually, it's a bootable USB stick atm). Since my laptop is a Compaq CQ60 with nVidia 8200G onboard graphics and a Synaptics touchpad, I'd dearly love to somehow get video/touchpad drivers into this WinPE image so they're loaded when booting it. My goal is two-fold: Use hardware-accelerated video since the software drawing is agonizingly slow. Disable the #$%*@ tap-to-click feature on the touchpad. (No, external mouse is not an option.) I downloaded all the right drivers with all the proper .inf files etc. etc. etc. but don't know the first thing about putting them into the .wim image. Since this isn't a full Windows but a very reduced environment, will the drivers even work? The bootdisk offers an option to load drivers via .inf files but this always fails with a vague error code (just a meaningless '2' or '3'). I guess both the nVidia and Synaptics packages just try to do too damn much and won't install at all. What can I do here?