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Deploy Windows 8.1 MDT / Litetouch Error on Surface Pro 3

Posted on 2015-01-16
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Hello,

I'm having problems deploying our Windows 8.1 image to Surface Pro 3's.

I get as far as Installing "Roles and Features -> processing netfx3" before things start going wrong. This build works on other laptops and we've injected the drivers for the surface pro 3.

"ZTI Error - Unhandled error returned by ZTIOSRole: Path not found (76)"

Any ideas?

Thanks,

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Hi ,

Check the below link :-

http://goo.gl/f1eHXo

Bahloul.
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Hello,

This wasn't the issue. It was due to our local PXE server redirecting clients to a build server in another continent and therefore causing issues with different builds/settings. We resolved the underlying issue which in turn solved this.

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by:SimonBrook
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PXE boot server was pointing build or different (wrong) server. Resolved and now working.
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just wondering if you have had any issues with Surface Pro 3 crashing after being imaged using MDT?
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