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ProBook is not loading image from SCCM 2007

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I am trying to install an XP image from sCCM 2007 on to a HP Probook 4530s.  The DHCP loads and the boot.wim runs without issue.  I am able to get the first screen in SCCM but when It should load the screen asking for a password, the computer reboots.  I have installed the nic, graphic and chipset drivers for the probook on to the sccm, I have changed the hard drive and nic settings in the bios but it reboots at the same location everytime.
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by:Nagendra Pratap Singh
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What is the HDD configured as? AHCI/IDE.


Try rebooting that wim on an older/simpler PC or even a vm and then see.

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- Enable command line support on the boot image and press F8 after PE loaded. In the Command box make sure you can access the harddrive (C:\) and you go an ip address (ipconfig)
- Make sure all Packages references by your task sequence are installed on the distribution point (sccm report: packages referenced by a task sequence)
- Post the smsts.log from the clients C:\ or X:\ drive here
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Thank you both,  I have read those articles and I was finally able to resolve the issue by removing all of the old drivers from the boot image in sccm.
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this resolved the issue it was one of the hundreds of nic drivers in the boot image.
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