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OSD Image Capture via SMS 2003

OSD Image Capture via SMS 2003

OSD Image Capture via SMS 2003

Hello everyone

SMS amateur...please be patient with me!

1)  I have successfully made an Image Capture Boot Disk.  I ran this within Windows, specifying UNC, username/password, local admin, etc.  Sysprep ran, and rebooted.

2)  I booted from the CD, and it proceeds to capture the current image.  My problem: it intermittently stops with an error code of 999.  It says there was an "in page" error.  

Any ideas as to why the image capture will not finish?

RE: OSD Image Capture via SMS 2003

The message reads exactly:

"Error occured while capturing the image (error 999).  Error performing inpage operation.

Please reboot."

RE: OSD Image Capture via SMS 2003

Found the solution...

Apparently, I have a gigabit NIC on the unit I am trying to image.  The drivers I am referring to only has 100MB.  Thus, explains the termination in connection at random intervals.

Solution:  Incorrect drivers.

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