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Hello

 

I run SCCM 2007 R3, we have these new machines from Lenovo and the Company has always using Lenovo.

 

I was trying to deploy OS to new machines but it reboot the machine :unsure: i never has this problem by it rebooting. So I tried another machine that is not new it doesnt reboot and starts deploy OS.

 

the way i go it goes like this: with old machines

 

starts the PC->press F12->choose network->press F12 again->the WinPE.wim loading->the logo of SCCM shows off and waiting->insert password->choose which OS to install->deploy OS->finish

 

the way it goes wrong: with new machines

 

starts the PC->press F12->choose network->press F12 again->the WinPE.wim loading->the logo of SCCM shows off and waiting->the machine reboot-> :wacko: :wacko: :wacko:

 

can someone help me or have this problem, thanks in advance :D :D :D

 

best regards

 

Genie from Greenland :ph34r:

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Are the new laptops a different model of lenovo from the older laptops? If so then inject the NIC driver for this specific model into the boot.wim.

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Its desktops to be more specific but yeah its a newer from the standard we used to have. so you are saying the i'll have to make a new boot.wim ?-)

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No, you don't need to create a new PE. If you are going to image the new model you have probably already imported the drivers and created a new driver package for it. Just pick the appropriate network and storage driver from this package and add them to the PE file. SCCM will reacreate the PE for you.

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I did found the networks driver to the new desktops, tried to imported the new driver to NIC driver packages, but doesnt work :( i am doing right or i am on wrong page ?-)

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Just right click the driver and add it to your boot wim. Chose to update the distribution points when finished. That's it. SCCM will mount the wim in the background and add the driver with dism.

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OR

 

go to properties of boot.wim and add drivers from here(this will give you a filtered list of all NIC injectable drivers)....just add them all.

 

And do not forget to update DPs with new boot.wims!

 

Rocket Man

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hmm weird now almost all desktops and laptops (differents models) cant deploy OS

 

I mark all drivers in "Drivers" and add to boot image, "select all" because i have two image x86 and 64-bit and mark a x on "Update distribution point when finished" then OK. but still cannot deploy to machines even though the maschines are new from the box, still weird :wacko:

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I'd look at the %windir%\logs\dism.log to see if you can tell which drivers are failing to load. You'll want to launch the debug window (F8) and hopefully you have trace32 in your toolkit/image to view it.

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