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Trying to image a pc running Server 2003 x64 RC2 and I get a blue screen.

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Trying to image a pc running Server 2003 x64 RC2 and I get a blue screen once the progress bar is loaded at boot up. I have mutliple servers running all the same hardware that have been imaged before. Only thing different is the OS which is 64bit. I'm using Ghost 11.5 with WinPE. Does ghost really care what OS you are using?
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by:Michael Pfister
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Can you see the details of the blue sceen (bug check code)?
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by:Xytras
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I found out that it will run the Linux bootable but no the WinPE it give me error like 0x00000005a. At first I noticed that the Plug and Play setting in BIOS was set to No, so setting it back to yes allowed it to boot to Linux but no luck with WinPE
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Michael Pfister earned 125 total points
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Is this the first (left-most) hex-code you see?
0x0000005A: CRITICAL_SERVICE_FAILED
A critical service failed to initialize while starting the LastKnownGood control set.

I don't understand how this should happen when you start your boot disk.
Is the WinPE provided by Symantec? You could try creating a BartPE disk:

http://www.nu2.nu

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by:Xytras
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Currently using Ghost Solution 2.5 and using the Default WinPE it comes with. I have also tried Linux boot which works but I can not find the usb storage partition, probably because Linux doesn't read fat partition normally.
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