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I am using SCCM 2007 SP2. I have captured an image of a Windows XP reference machine. I am trying to pull down this image which is actually back onto the reference machine, for testing.
I boot into PXE, select the Task sequence, it downloads the image and starts to apply it, then I get an error 0x8007053C and I have to close the install. It boots back into a black screen with a HAL.dll error.

Anyone seen this error before?
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by:uescomp
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run a diagnostics on the hard drive for bad sectors, and you could also try running crystal disk info which checks the smart board status.

Crystal disk can be found here: http://crystalmark.info/download/index-e.html

also run a mem test
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Can you post your smsts.log file?  Reading the lines before the error may help decipher the problem.
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where do I find the smsts.log file?
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on the WINPE boot drive, ours is X:\   under Windows\Temp.

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Before you select your task sequence, press F8 this will bring up command prompt.  While command prompt is open, your machine will not reboot, giving you time to find the log file and map a network drive to copy it off the boot directory.
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Is there any special configuration I have to do to PXE in ordered to get the command prompt? F8 isn't working
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I found the option in the boot image to enable command prompt for testing. Now I can finally get that log file
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Here is the smsts.log file, any ideas of what's happening?
smsts.log
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WIM error:C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\FLEXnet\adobe_00080000_event.log.
The inherited access control list (ACL) or access control entry (ACE) could not be built. (Error: 8007053C; Source: Windows)      ApplyOperatingSystem      24/09/2010 15:12:53      876 (0x036C)

WIM error:C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Hewlett-Packard\HP Print Settings\HPsa4dci.cfg.
The inherited access control list (ACL) or access control entry (ACE) could not be built. (Error: 8007053C; Source: Windows)      ApplyOperatingSystem      24/09/2010 15:12:53      696 (0x02B8)

These 2 errors are your problem.  Looks like you'll need to redo your image but before you sysprep it, double check the permissions on those files.  
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Thanks Kezzi, I did just create a new image but it was some strange file permissions issues on the bad image.
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