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My company is preparing for an XP rollout using Sysprep and Ghostcast. I am looking for a way to automate the process of renaming the w/s. Can a udf file be used with Sysprep and if so how do I configure it? Or is there another way?

Also I would like to use only one image. We have all Dell products, GX110, 220, 260, 270. I created a base sysprep on a GX270 and extracted but did not install the Dell drivers. It works fine on the 260 and 270 but when I load it to a 110 I get a black screen and nothing. I tried three different machines.

I thought it might be a video problem since the 110's have an Nvidia TNT in addition to the onboard video. I removed the Nvidia and set the bios to the onboard card but this did not resolve the issue.

Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Sounds about right...have you pointed the drivers path in the registry to the appropriate drivers path under c:\? Also you may get a stop 0x00...7B error after you get past that stage. There is a great knowledge base article that describes how to overcome that (KB271965).
Answered 06/18/2004 by: jerrybr90
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I suggest you take a look at Empirum by matrix42
www.matrix42.com it can do the computer rename on the fly.
Answered 07/15/2004 by: aktiveradio
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You need to build your image on one of the lower machines. An image from a GX270 will not work on a GX1p, but an image from a GX1p will work on a GX270. The 260/270's use a more advanced HAL. HAL's can go up levels, but not down.
Answered 07/21/2004 by: BRoadruck
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