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Having prepared windows sysprepped image for win7 and imaged via WDS and then added Windows 7 SP1 aftewards, once SP1 installed and rebooted notebooks and PCs run into a 'startup repair' loop, cannot restore either. Why would this be !
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Were you able to install the pre-SP1 image without any issues?
Did you use the DISM command to add the SP1 to the captured sysprepped wim image?
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Yes the pre-SP1 image went ok.

Have never used the DISM command, how does that work ?
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See links below for instructions on using DISM to service the image.

http://www.faqforge.com/windows/manually-slipstream-sp1-into-windows-7-installer-dvd/

http://superuser.com/questions/249275/slipstream-windows-7-service-pack-1

Once the contents of SP1 has been merged you can start deploying the new wim image using WDS again.
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