Althrough i had read multiple posts about this problem , i have always this problem :  BOOTMGR is missing after deploying my image.

I uploaded the packages from Knit34  "WIM: create 2 partitions " - "WIN: format 2 partitions" and configured in Preinstall Task.   and the "WIM WIN7 - Automatique MBR" and configured Middle task .

  My image contains 2 partitions C & D where c contains boot and d: system.

I try to repair it  with windows 7 media tools . Windows see as well my OS partition but can't repair it ...

I don't know now what i can do ...

thanks u.


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When you deploy you need capture and cast both partitons in your script(deploy 2 wim jobs in your mid level tasks, one to c and one to d{so you will need to modify the deploy wim vb script})

or do a dual partiton wim capture and deploy both parts of that.

Answered 03/18/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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"his task will automatically find the drive letters that contain bcd and the windows operating system and automatically assign boot parameters to it using bcdedit.  This script can be run with the /debug switch to get additional information as it runs.
To add debugging for troubleshooting, add /debug to the .bat call command
call auto_bcd.bat /debug"

IMHO, It seems not ...

Answered 03/18/2013 by: s.gallardo
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  • when you deploy do not reboot and see if the right files are getting put on do both drives, I think your problem is more along the line you are missing files.
    To look at your c and d drive.
    In the kace menu on the main screen choose recovery and open a command window and go to both drives. Are the correct files on both partitions?
  • Yes it seems correct .
    Finally, i decided to abort the process and reinstalled the system. My user can't wait more..
    Thank you.
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I've run into this also. Its normally fixed by running DISKPART from the kbox recovery menu and flipping the drive letters.

Answered 03/19/2013 by: camrevard
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