We have a sysprep image running on 12 different computer models.
With VMWare 4.0, we had no problem to make the image running since upgrading to VMWAre 4.5, the image is making BSOD.

If we go to the BIOS and change teh PCI Controller from Both to secondary the image will run fine until VMWare tools is install. Then the BSOD are coming back. If we change the PCI controller to Both then the image will run fine.

In my image I changed the controller to standard controller and reimage. The problem is still present.

The error message is: STOP: 0x0000007B
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What OS does your image represent? XP? 2000? ...?
Answered 02/25/2005 by: WiseUser
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Seems there is a text file saying to VMWARE what is the hardware configuration. In that file the SCSI is set to true. By settings the value to false then the computer was ok. With RIS we looked in the hardware configuration and there was RAID and SCSI with a !.

Is it a way to set the value for this file by default?
Answered 02/26/2005 by: Francoisracine
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