Hi all, I am new here and to MDT, WDS, and PXE. I set up a Windows 10 x64 base deployment image and now I'm trying to distribute that image to a Dell Latitude E5570 laptop but there was an error with the network driver before I could start. I added drivers from this driver pack http:///techcenter/enterprise-client/w/wiki/-e5570-windows-10-dri... into my task sequence in preinstall->Refresh only folder. After that I could start my deployment but after postinstall restart I got the same error for the network driver, so I copied the "inject drivers" task to the postinstall folder before the "inject drivers" task that was already there. I am still getting the same error after the postinstall restart and can't continue with pxe because there is no longer an internet connection without the drivers. I searched online for a while and I only found solutions to where people had an issue with injecting drivers at the very beginning of pxe but couldn't find a good guide for issues that involve injecting drivers after os install but prior to the restart. Can someone help me out or direct me to a good guide that explains how to fix this issue? Thanks
Hello and thank for your question. Lines around the lips are a very common problem as we age. Smoking cigarettes is detrimental not only because you are helping the lines form as your purse your lips, but also because cigarette smoking damages the skin to your entire face. My first recommendation would be to stop smoking. To attack the specific wrinkles, I usually shy away from Botox. Using a neurotoxin helps eliminate the wrinkles from worsening and will soften the appearance of existing wrinkles; however, injecting this medicine into the lips can have detrimental effects on the look and feel of your mouth. It can sometimes effect the appearance of your smile, and your ability to drink out of a straw may be altered. Instead, I like to use a non-ablative, fractional laser (ICON 1540) to attack these wrinkles. Treatments last about 15 minutes, recovery is quick (2-3 days), and it doesn't alter the movements of your lips or smile. Depending on the degree/severity of wrinkling around your mouth, you will likely require 3-6 separate treatments. This is due to the non-ablative laser, as opposed to the ablative (CO2) lasers which will give you 2-4 weeks of downtime but only require one treatment. Using small amounts of filler, such as hyaluronic acid, can also be used with laser treatments to help reduce the appearance of these lines. I would not recommend doing both at the same time; I usually inject the filler, Juvederm, and perform the laser treatment one week later. Good luck and thanks for your question.
If not for your blog, I’d stay on Phase 2 forever. I have read this “best way” article about 6 times and it has helped me to formulate a plan. Caution and vigilance will be my constant companions. I plan to stay on Phase 3 as long as it takes to stabilize (3 weeks, 6 weeks, no hurry). I am wondering if I should then start another Phase 2 right away. I am in great health except for the extra 30 lbs. I walk everyday and started a tiny weight training program 2 weeks ago (from the Old Spartan – getting fit after 50).