I'm having some problems with a WIM image that I have created for some Dell Latitude D610 laptops we have in the company that I work for. I have used same procedure that I have used many times, for example when I created images for Dell Optiplex 755 desktop, Dell Latitude E6400 Laptop and Dell Optiplex GX520 Desktop and they all work fine.
This is what I do:
Install windows xp
configure windows xp as needed for the image
run sysprep (reseal)
boot up on USB harddrive with WinPE installed
use imagex to capture (imagex /capture /check c: f:\image.wim "name")
boot up on identical laptop with USB harddrive
run diskpart (select disk 0, clean, create partition primary, select partition 1, active, format fs=ntfs quick, assign letter=c, exit)
apply image with imagex (imagex /apply image.wim 1 c:)
I have tried creating the image serveral times and apply the image to 2 Dell Latitude D610 laptops, but after imagex has succesfully applied the image, then I'm not able to boot up.
I'm getting a windows boot error at startup, please see the attached photo. The text is in danish, but translated it means something like:
Windows could not start due to problems with the configuration of the hardware to the harddrive. The selected bootdisk could not be read, Check the bootpath and the hardware to the harddrive.................
Anyone have any ideas what I could try?
Btw. all the laptops has newest BIOS firmware and identical settings. All the harddrives has same size (60GBs) and is IDE interface.