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I having a issues with sysprep ( nothing wrong with my sysprep files). Thing is when i sysprep my machine ( for the first time), put the image on the upper model first time images fails no matter what kind of OS this is ? but if the sysprep for the second time it works. Anyone have clue what going on ? thanks
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...when i sysprep my machine ( for the first time), put the image on the upper model first time images fails no matter what kind of OS this is ? but if the sysprep for the second time it works. Anyone have clue what going on ? thanks


Can I have you clarify:

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"... Images fail..." - meaning once you lay down the image onto the hardware (a different model of PC), the OS does not boot? The image does not go onto HDD? Applications fail inside OS?

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"... Sysprep for the second time..." - sysprep, sysprep again, and then lay down the image onto a different PC. Or sysprep, lay down the image & lay down the image again?

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"... No matter what kind of OS..." - I take it, we are dealing with Windows (sysprep) for both pre-existing OS on target drive, and the new OS you are trying to install?

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Are there any boot loaders/ virtual volumes on the HDD? SCSI/IDE? Did you try "fdisk /mbr"?
Answered 03/10/2006 by: revizor
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1. Ya, once image been lay down to different model PC , OS does not boot at all, nothing worry with the HD if i sysprep second time & push the image it just works fine.

2. sysprep & lay down the image onto different PC ( first , it fails ) then again sysprep the image & lay down the image again on to differen PC..it works .... not changes were made during all process ...

3. i mean get this problem no matter what i kind of OS it is window 2000 or xp.....


Any clues, the things is no changes were made during the second time process of sysprep , if fails first it should fail second also.......
Answered 03/11/2006 by: aa006
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