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Altiris Deployment Image capture unable to boot automation

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Hi,

I am simply trying to capture an image of a laptop using altiris deployment.  But i seem to keep getting the same error (unable to boot to automation)- please see screen shot.  Does anyone know what i am doing wrong?  

I have checked this link - http://forums.altiris.com/messageview.aspx?catid=30&threadid=45255 

but no luck.

Please can someone with an Altiris background help?

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