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  1. Success at last. Thank you for your persistence and assistance! Cheers Feeks
  2. The iso that I have of the DVD carries a pid.txt so presumably this is the OEM version. I will hack this out of the boot.wim and let you know what happens! What does this actually mean for the error condition that I have been experiencing? The Microsoft Forums are currently being moved around and are unavailable which prevents any further reading. Does the existence of the pid attemt to use the key provided and therefore fails? Cheers feeks
  3. . ...... I can see the install image ... the failure is immediately after the selection of the install image. And yes I am trying to put the image back onto the same device. ...... Just before the failure point I can perform a dir of the c:
  4. The install image is definitely Windows XP service pack 3 and the service pack 3 deployment tools were used for the sysprep I have seen some comments on the Microsoft site to use the .1 wims but think that is only the difference between release 0 and service pack 1 surely? I have pretty much followed your pinned instructions religiously while trying various capture images winpe, x86 and x64 with all deployments responding in the same manner. For the sake of clarity the steps taken are: (All image creation has been performed via the WDS mmc with the exception of the export/peimg drive
  5. Aplogies for confusing the pinned topic! WDS responds with a "Windows could not display the images available for installation." and bombs! The account I am using is the domain administrator account so I don't believe that it is a privileges issue. The wim security is Auth Users read/execute. I have imaged an x64 Dell Dual core XPSP3 the image records as an x86! I have created x64 and x86 capture images and have not encountered any issues with the capture I am simply not able to deploy an image. I turned on Tracing but this didn't tell me a whole lot. I have a sysprep configuration
  6. WDS responds with a "Windows could not display the images available for installation." and bombs! The account I am using is the domain administrator account so I don't believe that it is a privileges issue. The wim security is Auth Users read/execute. I have imaged an x64 Dell Dual core XPSP3 the image records as an x86! I have created x64 and x86 capture images and have not encountered any issues with the capture I am simply not able to deploy an image. I turned on Tracing but this didn't tell me a whole lot. I have a sysprep configuration along with oem drivers in the same location a
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