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XP SP3 SYSPREP driver_irql_not_less_or_equal STOP 0x000000D1 (0x6330335F, 0x00000002, 0x00000008, 0x6330335F)

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I have built a new image for our HP 2510p laptops with XP SP3 and tried to sysprep but get the following BSOD on reboot after resealing. The machine works fine prior to sealing (audit and test work fine).

driver_irql_not_less_or_equal
STOP 0x000000D1 (0x6330335F, 0x00000002, 0x00000008, 0x6330335F)

Im using the latest version of the deployment pack for SP3.

Luckily I have an image of the laptop before sysprep so can keep going back to this version and try different things. The first time the error occurred I changed all drivers where possible to native. Didnt work. When sealing the sysprep I get a warning advising that the version is incompatible but I fixed this by turning on the server service. But thats when it all goes badly.

This is happening with all of our new HP laptops that we are trying to sysprep. We arent having this problem on any of our SP2 machines though.

Thanks for any help.
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Here is where I would start on this problem.

--Check the bios and disable "system cache".
--Run memory diagnostics. http://www.memtest.org/
--Check your hard drive for problems. http://support.wdc.com/product/download.asp?groupid=611&sid=3&lang=en

This is happening with multiple systems? If that's the case, then it's probably not hardware related.
To create your base image, did you use a XP install CD with sp3 already integrated, or did you install it via updates?
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Checked all 3 previous suggestions and all hardware is working ok but still the same issue. I think this is definately software based and I have installed a lot of adhoc programmes for our business which possibly has something to do with it.

However, I think this has more to do with SP3 and am hoping a regedit will do the trick.
If anyone knows of any possible suggestions, please help.
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Sorry, now that you mention it, yes I did install SP3 from updates and not the  CD. I know that in some cases sysprep doesnt like this. Is there any way I can fool the sysprep in to thinking I used a CD maybe?
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Well, to see if installing from the cd with sp3 already will do the trick, make a sp3 slipstreamed copy of xp using nlite. Then do a "repair install" with the new cd that way you can keep you apps and settings.

If that doesn't work start from scratch with the new sp3 xp cd.
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