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iamsupergeek

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  1. It appears that the virtual disk is Disk 0 which is why the Virtual Disk Service is throwing the error. Most likely, the physical disk is not detected. 1. Make sure you have the WinPE SATA drivers for that model installed 2. Make sure the physical disk is detected by diskpart 3. Make sure the disk you want to use is actually Disk 0 and not Disk 1 or something else (this happens with multi-drive systems where one is normal SATA and there is an NVMe drive (which shows up as Disk 1)).
  2. At my org, for HP devices, we query the baseboard value instead of the model. This was suggested by HP and has worked well.
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