I'm trying to image a few of our newer machines with Core i5 processors in them. I'm guessing it is a storage controller issue.

The model's I'm trying to image are:

Dell E6420
Panasonic CF31

It loads the image, but when it gets to the driver load screen it gives me a blue screen saying

"STOP 0x0000007B - 0xf78d224"

I added the intel i5 storage driver to both the x86 kbe folder and the windows xp folder on the driver share. I recached both folders and uploaded a new kbe boot environment file. Same results. Any suggestions? I'm able to load images fine on older dell laptop models (e6400, e6410, etc). Windows 7 works like a charm... Having to provide the xp option for a few people and legacy applications.

Thanks a bunch!
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scrap that. I got it to work after blowing away the driver share in windows xp and reuploading the i5 driver set. interesting :)
Answered 06/24/2011 by: ngbrown24
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