So trying to make a new windows Image, new install of fog .32; been fairly frustrated with this as I am sure it is something small that I am missing. Here is a short process that I have been doing just to test…
- install windows 7 64bit from media
- on boot up hit ctrl+shift+f3 to go into audit mode
- sysprep; sysprep.exe /oobe /generalize /shutdown
- go to fog, create task to capture image as a single resizeable ntfs partition
- turn on computer and capture image
- push image to my test box, not exactly same hardware but will run windows 64bit as I have installed it before.
- Images with out error and reboots
- Windows logo comes up, then BSOD.
Now it gives me a error "stop: 0x000000f4 (0x00000000000000003, 0xfffffa80046a4630, 0xfffffa80046a4910, 0xfffff8002fe18b0) some hardware failure but computer runs fine and if I install windows 7 manually it works. Push image to a diffrent computer to make sure and windows bsod again. Push image to computer that I pulled Image from and windows comes up no problem.
Things I have tried:
- running fogprep before sysprep - bsod
- capture Image as a multi-partition ntfs none resizeable - works
- running logging on windows I get last driver to load was kbdhid.sys
Things I am going to try:
- create the partition and remove the 100M partition
I thought that fogprep was no longer needed, aslo read that fog should be fine with single resizeable ntfs partition even on windows 7 with the 100M system part. Any pointers or general name calling is cool as long as it has something to help before I hit computer with a bat… would not hit myself with bat because that would hurt.