This is more of an FYI - Information piece than a question.
While attempting to install Win 10 using AMT (ver 12) on an Intel NUC8v5PNK, I would receive the error "A media driver your computer needs is missing". Searching for this error I found many articles here on the Intel forums and also others in general on the Internet....even this KB from Microsoft itself: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2755139/a-media-driver-your-computer-needs-is-missing-or-a-required-cd-dvd-dri . Most of these articles eluded to the problem being that the ISO file was corrupt. Note that I am using MeshCommander to connect to AMT and using Remote Desktop and IDER to push the ISO to the NUC.
I tried and tested many scenarios to resolve this issue:
- Downloaded the ISO file directly from the Win 10 Download site.
- Used the most recent Media Creation Tool (Win Ver 1909) to create the ISO, and tried multiple downloads / ISO creation.
After many attempts and not being successful, I decided to try it from another machine...and this time it was SUCCESSFUL. This second machine did NOT have AV software installed. My original machine has Sophos Central Intercept X, so I disabled all the Sophos protection and pushed the install thru MeshCommander (same as mentioned above). This is also successful (actually currently running the install as I write this).
I always doubted that the ISO file would be corrupt, as I usually build USB sticks with the installation (and that was going to be my next attept if I didn't get past this issue push thru AMT).
So in summary....when using AMT / MeshCommander to install the OS remotely, DISABLE YOUR ANTIVIRUS.
I hope this helps others who have struggled with this.
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