K2000: BOOTMGR missing on 64-bit images
Our K2100 is on version 3.5.80613. We've been successfully deploying 32-bit images for a long time, but I went to do a 64-bit one for Win7 Ent SP1 and when the system reboots after deployment I get "BOOTMGR missing". I can use the original Microsoft disk to do a repair and it says "boot manager missing or corrupt" and it does its thing and it's all fine.
I'm using a 64-bit KBE created with the "latest" version of the AIK and the A08 driver pack. My deployment looks like this, which is identical to my 32-bit deployment except where noted:
UPLOAD HARDWARE INVENTORY
PARTITION DELL DISK
select disk 0
create partition primary size=10000
format quick fs=ntfs label="Recovery"
create partition primary
format quick fs=ntfs label="Windows"
INSTALL VISTA/2008/7/8/2012 MBR
bootsect.exe /NT60 c:
INSTALL KACE 5.4 AGENT
INSTALL TREND WFBS-A 64-BIT
As mentioned above, that's all the same process and the same steps I use for the 32-bit deploys which work just fine. Is there something specific to 64-bit that I'm missing?