There are situations in which you want to replace a standard image driver or default image DLL. There are different reasons to replace a driver or DLL: It could be you get a driver from the support team that fixes some issues or you want to replace or add some DLLs in the volatile "\Windows" directory permanently.
Replacing DLLs from the \Windows folder allows you to change some features that are part of the standard image. To do this we introduced the EarlyAutoCopy feature. Check the related developer site how this feature can be enabled.
Once the EarlyAutoCopy is enabled just create a folder \FlashDisk\EarlyAutoCopy\Windows and copy the DLL you want to replace into this directory.