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MDT 2013 Dell Latitude E7250 Windows 7 x64 Imaging Issue

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Last Modified: 2016-11-23
Hello EE, I need some help please :-)

I had this all working until I added a Windows 8.1 .wim to my MDT for this Dell Latitude E7250 and broke my working Windows 7 deployment for this E7250 model. :-(

When I first setup the E7250 for MDT deploy for Windows 7 I recall having to make a change to the LTIApply.wsf file and use a Windows 8.1 network driver to get the imaging to work for Windows 7 on the E7250 model.

Here is a sample of the code I backed up not sure if this was the original or the changes made;

If not oFSO.FolderExists(sBootDrive & "\Boot") then
   oFSO.CreateFolder(sBootDrive & "\Boot")
End if

All was working well I could image the E7250 with Windows 7 but it took me a few days to track down the solution to that problem, the fix was to use a Windows 8.1 network driver and that fixed it.

Fast forward a few months and we needed a Windows 8.1 image for the E7250, I set that up and all was working well and still is for the Windows 8.1 images for the E7250 but for the life of me I cannot get my Windows 7 image to fully deploy through MDT anymore.

I have even re-created the driver pool over and setup new task sequence and selection profile to point only to those Windows 7 drivers for this E7250 model. I have tried the Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 network drivers and every time I get the same error.

I don't understand why it would push the image but fail at first boot up?

I can PXE boot and kick off the image, and it will image the machine but then when it starts to boot into Windows 7 for the first time it will Blue Screen and give me an "IntelPCC.sys" error.

I have researched the heck out of this error;

http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN296860/EN/

Tried the solutions that fit my setup above in the link but can never actually locate this 12.12.50.7205 driver to try that. All of the CABs or individual drivers I download never have that model of driver in them.

This article got me close to resolved last time;

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/5ebf46e2-9fc5-45a9-b89e-03bb0802cf13/mdt-the-following-networking-device-did-not-have-a-driver-installed?forum=mdt

And I think I was able to get things working for Windows 7 with WINPE4.0 but trying that now yields the same IntelPCC.sys blue screen of death.

Was wondering if anyone else has had to MDT image these Dell Latitude E7250 models and if someone might be able to help me work past this issue?
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