Used the capture media CD. Probably something simple here... This image may be useful later. It is build with an Asus P5Q motherboard. his comment is here
Sysprep Question solved Question about AHCI vs IDE solved BSOD if Sata mode is RAID, but fine if AHCI solved Urgent question about AHCI mode solved Yet another 'IQRL not less Everything worked good.6. The next step I'm going to do is recapture the image using the capture image CD. Edit the VM guest's .VMX file.
If So, You Can Find An Extremely Good Chance That The Windows Xp Blue Screen After Sysprep Change You Made Brought On The BSOD. Microsoft regularly releases patches and service packs for their operating programs that could contain fixes for the cause of your BSOD. This is for french windows XP! System Restore unsuccessful.
You may have to add to the drivers the mass storage driver from the CD provided with the motherboard. I have 1 image for 7 laptops. 3 of those are AHCI Sata. On the "cloned" hard drive, pop it into the new PC and see if it boots up/auto detects devices fine.If it detects everything fine,try create an image of that and use With a 100 Mb/s network my images are about 1.5 GB and are downloaded in less than 2 minutes.
dlloyd, Jul 31, 2007 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Share This Page Tweet Your Restart Virtual Machine and when it gets to the Windows XP logo the system blue screens and reboots... ?? In the past I have created several VM's, a few win98's and a few XP's. http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/138820-xp-wsp3-bsod-after-sysprep-applies/ You can see I had to add a custom step "Apply Driver Package" Without this step I would get the same exact BSOD.
Click on on the System Restore system icon. I am really at a loss as to why this is not working know and has worked perfectly in the past. Roll Back device driver to version prior to your driver update. Note: If you've made several customizations to your BIOS configurations and don't wish to load the default ones then at least attempt returning clock speed, voltage configurations, and BIOS memory selections
How could it be when I redploy the same exact WIM file to the same exact machine that it would fail? this content If Bios on RAID, then BSOD. Customize your Timezone, your name, your company, AutoLogonCount and so on ;SetupMgrTag [GuiUnattended] AutoLogon=Yes AutoLogonCount=1 AdminPassword=* EncryptedAdminPassword=NO OEMSkipRegional=1 OEMDuplicatorstring="Windows XP" TimeZone=105 OemSkipWelcome=1 [GuiRunOnce] Command0="C:\WINDOWS\temp\checkforintel.cmd" [UserData] ProductID=xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx FullName="Your Name" OrgName="Your Company" ComputerName=* Blue screens are due to component problems and issues with low-level Windows Xp Blue Screen After Sysprep software package jogging in the Windows kernel.
To view the command lines properly, please view the solution in Clarify. However, i've not heard of it before so there's a chance we don't - However, the PC's in question have been here longer than me so maybe!! 0 Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password? weblink Extract sysprep previously downloaded from Microsoft in this newly created folder.
Note: If you've made several customizations to your BIOS settings and don't wish to load the default ones then at least test returning clock speed, voltage settings, and BIOS memory possibilities I'm going to try to put the "Apply Driver Package" step into my deploy task sequence. I successfully tested both images I did on an 10 GB disk and a 160 GB disk on some systems.
the only thing I can think to try is setting the VM drive type to SCSI since it is physically on a SATA. Important: System Restore will not remove any of your non-system documents like documents, email, music, etc. If none of those suggestions fix the dilemma, you can reinstall Windows 7. I've been cloning their HDD's using Acronis True Image (came with the SSDs!) as given the nature of their jobs they have a lot of custom software that none of them
All target computer I tried support LBA addressing mode in the BIOS. Jeremy Whittaker MCSE MCSA CCNA CCA Senior Consultant N2 Network Solutions http://www.N2NetworkSolutions.com Tuesday, October 13, 2009 10:23 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I decided to make the I reapplied the pre-sysprepped image to the machine, sysprepped it, then booted it without taking an image again - and it booted. http://helpsbs.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-after-sysprep-vmware.html spencer, May 30, 2006 #1 spencer New Member hello?
Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware I see no BSOD but as the WinXP splash screen loads the machine reboots and loops at that step until stopped. Be certain the components of the PC are performing the right way. The new exe file must be in c:\sysprep. ;
In the event you are one of these people, then look no further for some on the most common causes of this mistake are listed hereunder. Mounted the WIM image to extract the sysprep and c:\drivers directory. Because the system is not automatically shut down after sysprep.exe runs you may run sysprep.exe manually without rebooting and reset files changed by reseal.cmd All my drivers are from the chip Note: If you've made several customizations to your BIOS settings and don't wish to load the default ones then at least test returning clock speed, voltage settings, and BIOS memory possibilities
You may add shutdown command at the end of the script or use the appropriate switch when invoking sysprep.exe Note: I read somewhere that sysprep is alternatively long and fast. Every Windows Computer uses a registry databases to store vital options and alternatives for your personal computer, and as a result - it's vital that you're in a position to use The blue screen problems you happen to be viewing are often generally known as the Blue Screen Of Death as a result of the way they can get rid of your New software package or hardware installed - this usually triggers the mistake.
Install windows XP on the master virtual computers (easy, isn't it?) Install windows XP in a regular way, and use if possible a SP3 CD or ISO image. You may create a snapin which executes this commandline rundll32 netplwiz.dll,ClearAutoLogon It will disable autologon, and erase from the registry the administrator password given in sysprep.inf.