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MDT 2010 and Windows 7

We have a wide array of Dell desktops and laptops in our organization.  Our Windows 7 deployment has been working up until this last week.  Whenever the Install OS Task Sequence finished and reboots the computer, I get an error of \Windows\Systeme32\DRIVERS\iaStor.sys is missing or corrupt.

I tried a different machine and it worked just fine.  It seems that I only get this issue on Intel I3 machines.  Any suggestions?
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BillCommented:
Hello,

Have you injected any drivers into your WIM images using DISM.exe /add-driver ? or via the WDS MMC tool ?
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ReneeITTechAuthor Commented:
I had all the drivers loaded for all of our dell models that are running Windows loaded into the Workbench so that they could be injected into the image.  After seeing the error I went and looked and saw that there were some iastor.inf files there.  I deleted them and rebuilt the PE image and replaced the boot image in MDT with the newly created one.  Still the same issue.   It' just weird that we are having this issue with just our Optiplex 380, Optiplex 390, and Latitude 5420.  All other models work just fine.  I just tested it on a Optiplex 360 and Latitude 5400 and had no issues.
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ReneeITTechAuthor Commented:
I had a rouge driver that was causing issues.  Sorry to bother everyonen.
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ReneeITTechAuthor Commented:
I figured out the solution myself.
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