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Windows does not start after creating Ghost image

by najmulhasan / November 9, 2007 3:37 AM PST

Hi,Iam new to this forum and this is my First post,So dear Experts pls help me with a Norton ghost Image.Well i have been successfully creating images for IBM,DELL and other PC's and restoring them as well using Norton ghost 2003.I have been assigned to create a new Image for MSI type.I have successfully created the image using Norton ghost 2003 after Syspreping the machine..Well when i restore the image everything goes fine and the image is successfully restored,but when i start the pc,it give me a message"Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt NTOSKRNL.EXE..Pls help me or else i need to manually install 60 PC's
Thanks in advance

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That only works...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 9, 2007 3:44 AM PST

If the 60 PCs are duplicates of each other down to chipset, video and more.

I will NOT duplicate the fine content about SYSPREP in the XP Resource Kit. I take it you have opened yours up and read it again?

Also, what is this about .MSI? I didn't see this noted in the resource kit. Who dreamed that up?


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by tallin / November 9, 2007 6:51 AM PST
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