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vincelewin

Enable Command Support is ticked but F8 does nothing.



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Hi All,

SCCM 1802.

I have two boot images, 32 and 64 bit. Both have Enable Command Support ticked.

I have one build TS and it is booting the 64 bit boot image.

The laptop is set to UEFI.

At boot it displays the TS list, we select the only one there and the laptop begins running the TS. It gets to a point "Applying OS to C drive" and errors.

Timeout is 14 mins and if we press F8 nothing happens.

I really need to get the logs off this machine but I am remote to it. Ive tried adding some steps into the TS to collect the logs but thats failing to create anything in my share.

I dont understand why the F8 key press is not working though.

Does anyone have any advice they can offer?

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are you sure that you distributed the boot images to the dp's after you enabled the option ? also, can you press F8 at the PXE password screen ?

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Hi Anyweb,

So I thought to myself I will redistribute the image to be sure I have distributed it after I enabled command support and it errors. I tried again this time reloading the image from ADK but it still errors.

I also tried the F8 key press at the password screen and that does not work.

I checked the drivers and there all listed as signed.

 

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can you check the drivers tab and point to the drivers you added, are you sure they are signed ? if you look at the dism log in C:\Windows\Logs\Dism it might reveal the failure, attach it here.

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Hi,

I have attached the log, I removed everything except for yesterday and a screen shot of the drivers tab.

Thanks

Vince

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dism.log

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