If anyone is interested in how to enable it for Windows 7 then look here. Only moving away from AHCI solved the issue. Even re-imaging from our last known good image has the same effect when using either of these drivers. Thursday, April 30, 9: Sat Jun 20, Restart and windows should automatically install the ACHI mode drivers.
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Fri Jun 19, 7: Before I try Ned’s most excellent suggestion Using sysprep with modified sysprep. Joined Jun Posts 5. The use dlel ICH I run ghost and image the machine with XPSP3 that includes all of the drivers needed.
HOWTO: enable AHCI mode after installing Windows – Page 14
May 13, Posts: Thursday, July 9, Remove From My Forums. Then you must hard power cycle it. Sign in to vote. Not that big of a deal, but I’m baffled as to why the won’t play nice with our image all of a sudden.
Alot of extra work going on that way. Did try nlite and put the drivers in SP3 but crash on me.
Reboot the machine and the Windows logo with the blue status bar appears. Going to try to capture an image from that machine and see what happens: Ciconia Ars Praetorian Registered: Both have the same results.
This worked like a charm! At least that ooptiplex what I am told This works in Win 7 and Vista. Joined Sep Posts 9.
This did ophiplex make any difference on some hardware, it would still blue screen very early in the setup process. Sat Jun 20, 2: Berserker Ars Scholae Palatinae Tribus: Friday, July 10, 2: Joined Oct Posts If not, does anyone know what this second set of drivers is for?
The reg file for the ich10r is on page 11, and it worked for me.
Optiplex 760 Imaging Issue
Sun Jun 21, 8: All times are GMT This method has been fine for Optiplex,and Latitude D, D, and Precision M series machines.
Even re-imaging from our last known good image has the same effect when using either potiplex these drivers. Wednesday, March 20, Great free program that does much more.