Basically it appears that it's getting hung up with some type of RAID/AHCI drivers not being installed. To me I would figure that the drivers that were there initially when the device was imaged would still be there when we restore it. I am currently trying to restore with the BIOS set to legacy as opposed to RAID or AHCI. RAID and AHCI both failed in allowing the computer to boot.
But, one of the computers has a RAID setup so we want to keep this as an option, any ideas on how to accomplish this?
The premise is that when the image is restored, the computer does not boot into Windows. It gives an error that indicates that there is a problem booting from the drive which is very similar to not having the right drivers installed for the RAID/SATA controller.
I found the above article but when I try to restore I don't see the system partition. Could it be that Windows Server has not been backing up the hidden system partition all this time? Wouldn't it pick it up by default?