I have attempted to capture both the C: (Recovery) and D: (OS) drives and just the D: (OS) drive and the result is always the same: only the "Users" folder from the OS drive is captured. When I capture both partitions all folders/files are cpatured from the C: (Recovery) but still only the "Users" folder from the OS parition. I should also add that if I browse the D: drive from a command prompt, all the files/folders show just fine.
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How are you capturing? Are you using USMT?
Answered 03/23/2012 by: airwolf
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What version of the K2000 are you running? Is this a physical Dell box, or the old MBX boxes?
Answered 03/23/2012 by: cserrins
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I find it best to keep things simple and build images with just one standard C partition. The kbox seems to like it that way as well. I think you can save yourself some headaches by blowing out the recovery partition. You have the kbox and your custom image - so why the need for it anyway? You have to get tricky with Win7 as it likes to create a hidden system partition. I don't remember exactly but I did something along the lines of Method 3 from this link (this would be starting from scratch with a fresh install, of course):

http://www.mydigitallife.info/hack-to-remove-100-mb-system-reserved-partition-when-installing-windows-7/
Answered 03/23/2012 by: jegolf
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  • The easiest way to create an image of Windows 7 with just one partition is to just deploy a Windows 7 Scripted Install with the create single partition/format c: as NTFS preinstall tasks.

    Also, in 3.4, the K2000 does not have any issues with C/D partitions and needing to switch them around anymore.
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