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Windows could not start because of a computer disk hardware configuration problem. Thanks for the assistance!
This worked for me too, after months of hair-pulling. Are you redeploying the same image every time, making changes and then recapturing? It will be works ZTIDrivers is smart enough to insert any appropriate drivers into the deployment process for the full OS install.
ONe reason why you don’t find a whole lot of documentation on this though is because neither Vista nor Win7 have this issue and XP is frankly outdated. The long term fix is to get off of XP and onto a newer OS: Manually doing anything is “anti” to being in IT.
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Otherwise, unzip this to a floppy or kkxlc005 and it contains all the needed driver files. If so, very bad joo-joos there especially when you get to Windows 7 where this is no longer possible. Out of those machines with the same HAL, there are 8 different hardware configurations. Thanks for explaining the -bmsd option.
MDT has a step to perform that action during sysprep and capture. WIM file down to a real PC with quite different hardware.
Kme Kxlc Download Stats: This allows the actual blue screen error page to show without rebooting. Direct Download Success Stats: This cannot be the only way to get things to work properly as I’ve been imaging for months on end without any modification to drivers or the sysprep file. Wednesday, February 3, One of the last options is to not automatically reboot on failure.
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If you are worried about sata controller performance and speed, no worry, it really doesn’t depend on these settings it just affects the way sata controllers will be operated. Well, it’s the workaround I have been using for years to make my XP images truly hardware independent.
Saturday, January 30, 7: I’ll definitely give it another try tonight, though. Assuming it was boot lxlc005 or network drivers, I downloaded the lastest from Dell’s website and imported into MDT to no avail.
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This option requires no OS understanding. So mass-storage drivers are a complex subject for a lot of different reasons and the -bmsd switch adds to the complication. Not an IT pro? I seem to be having issues with Sysprep. Thanks Keith for the response. I install all of the software I want in this “master” image.