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I was able to modify my Windows 7 install media (USB drive) by using DISM to include the USB 3 drivers. Following this guide, I downloaded the USB 3 drivers from HP's website and extracted the driver files and embedded them onto the USB install media. I was then able to install Windows 7 successfully.
However, after Windows 7 x64 is installed, I get stuck at the setup screen because the USB keyboard and mouse don't work again - this is because the USB bootable install media had the drivers on it but they weren't installed when the OS was installed so I am stuck with a computer that has Windows 7 installed without USB 3 drivers so I cannot complete the initial Windows setup.
There is a tool for exactly this case supplied by intel. It slipstreams the drivers into the installation media in a way that it will also work once installed (I only tested it with an EliteDesk 800G2 SFF but I doubt it has changed that much). Be careful to chose the right version to download, there is a different one for Win7 and Win8 or higher.
This, as I understand it, presents the peripherals directly to the operating system (perhaps as if they were plugged in via ps/2). Once windows is fully installed, you should be able to go back into BIOS and disable that option.
During the Win7 setup there is the possibility to load extra drivers (to get extra mass-storage drivers on-board).What most people don't realize is that this can load other drivers too as long as they are suited for whatever hardware is in the system.And drivers loaded at this point will automatically be installed to the new OS.
It isn't guaranteed to work (I have never been able to establish exactly what makes a driver work or not at this point) but it is certainly a lot quicker than a second session with DISM if it does happen to work.
The process you're looking for is called slipstreaming and it allows you to cram a bunch of things into a windows setup image including drivers, service packs and even applications. It's the same technique that OEMs use for creating custom windows installs for laptops and embedded devices. You can improve the process with additional tools like AutoIT to automate additional setup steps.
Personally though I found the whole process exhausting (like just about any windows configuration task) but it may be your only option. There are tools out there which claim to simplify the process as well.
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